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Senate Watergate Hearings - Commentary #1000780

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.

  • The Senate Judiciary Committee recesses for a roll call vote in the Senate.

  • NBC Anchor John Chancellor reviews Senator Sam Ervin’s line of questioning with Former Attorney General John Mitchell.

  • Commercial break: Baby Shaped Kimbies (diapers); Nestea Iced Tea; WSM-TV station ID.

  • John Chancellor comments on the relationship between John Mitchell and the White House.

  • NBC reporter interviews Deputy Committee Counsel Rufus Edmisten about the appearance of former Presidential Aide Richard Moore before the Judiciary Committee.

  • John Chancellor looks at the list of future witnesses scheduled to come before the committee. After which he explains how the Senators travel between the hearing room and the Senate floor to vote during these recesses.

  • John Chancellor and Carl Stern talk about Richard Moore.

  • The hearings come back to order with Senator Sam Ervin resuming the questioning of John Mitchell.

  • Reporter(s):
    Stern, Carl

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