I am an Amateur
´╗┐Mays Gilliam

Mays Gilliam (Chris Rock) delivers his closing remarks in the presidential debate against Vice President Brian Lewis in the comdey film, Head of State.

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´╗┐Mays Gilliam: I am an Amateur

March 28, 2003 (about 17 years ago)

Mays Gilliam (Chris Rock) delivers his closing remarks in the presidential debate against Vice President Brian Lewis in the comdey film, Head of State.

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George H.W. Bush: Debate with Michael Dukakis

September 25, 1988 (over 31 years ago)

In George H. W. Bush's Debate with Michael Dukakis, they tackle both domestic and foreign issues. They gave their points of view regarding drugs, the federal deficit, health care, abortion, housing, poverty, national defense, agriculture, leadership, and Foreign affairs. Both candidates try their...

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George H.W. Bush: Debate with Bill Clinton and Ross Perot

October 11, 1992 (over 27 years ago)

In President George H. W. Bush's Oct 11, 1992 debate with Bill Clinton and Ross Perot, he slugs it out in a 3-way contest. Moderating the debate was Jim Lehrer. The journalists who asked the questions for the debate were John Mashek, Ann Compton, and Sander Vanocur. In this debate the presidentia...

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John F. Kennedy: Debate with Richard Nixon in New York and Los Angeles

October 13, 1960 (over 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's debate with Richard Nixon in New York and Los Angeles, each candidate was in a different location for this 3rd debate in a series of four. They argued over topics such as Berlin, Formosa, nuclear weapons, military strength, Mr. Truman, Foreign policy, communists, labor unions...

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John F. Kennedy: Debate with Richard Nixon in Washington D.C.

October 7, 1960 (over 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's Debate with Richard Nixon in Washington, D.C., both Presidential candidates continue with their 2nd of four meetings. They addressed questions on Cuba, the U-2 incident, civil rights, the Cold war, Foreign affairs, unemployment, and other issues.

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John F. Kennedy: Debate with Richard Nixon in New York

October 21, 1960 (over 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's Debate with Richard Nixon in New York, both candidates go at it in their last debate of a series of four. They talk about Castro, Communism, the Secretary of State, U.S. prestige, nuclear testing, Formosa, and other foreign policy issues. This series of debates has shown the ...

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Bill Clinton: Presidential Debate with Senator Bob Dole

October 6, 1996 (over 23 years ago)

President Clinton and Senator Dole sit down to debate various domestic issues and highlight personal differences in order to help the citizens of the United States better form their opinion prior to the 1996 Presidential election.

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John F. Kennedy: Debate with Richard Nixon in Chicago

September 26, 1960 (over 59 years ago)

In John F. Kennedy's Debate with Richard Nixon in Chicago, both men made history with the first Presidential debate series on television. In this first debate, they argued over issues such as leadership, experience, farmers, federal debt, education, communism, economy, and other domestic issues. ...

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Ronald Reagan: Debate with Walter Mondale (Domestic Issues)

October 7, 1984 (over 35 years ago)

In Ronald Reagan's first Debate with Walter Mondale, both men square off on Domestic Issues. In this debate, they discussed various topics such as The Nation's Economy, Leadership Qualities, Religion, Political Issues, Abortion, Federal Taxation, Social Welfare Programs, and the Presidential Camp...

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Ronald Reagan: Debate with Walter Mondale (Defense and Foreign Policy)

October 21, 1984 (over 35 years ago)

In Ronald Reagan's final Debate with Walter Mondale, both men came out swinging over Defense and Foreign Policy. In this debate they discussed foreign policy specifically towards Central America, Eastern Europe, Nicaragua, Lebanon, US Allies, the Soviet Union, regions vital to US interests, and i...

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