Senate Watergate Hearings - Commentary #1000778
NBC Special for Wednesday, Jul 11, 1973
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Live NBC coverage of the Senate Judiciary Committee investigation into the cover-up of the break-in at Democratic Party National Headquarters in the Watergate Office Building, Washington D.C. NBC Anchor John Chancellor previews the second day of questioning of former Attorney General John Mitchell. Commercial break: Great Beginnings Salad Dressing Mix. John Chancellor is joined by NBC correspondents Douglas Kiker and Carl Stern who are stationed outside of the Senate hearing room in the United States Capitol Building. Doug Kiker reports on the Judiciary Committee’s plan to subpoena papers from President Richard Nixon. Carl Stern reports on an interview he had with John Mitchell.John Chancellor and Carl Stern discuss John Mitchell’s appearance before the Judiciary Committee. The committee comes to order and Senator Daniel Inouye begins to question John Mitchell.
- Kiker, Douglas;
- Stern, Carl
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