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Senate Watergate Hearings - Commentary #1032194

NBC Special for Monday, Jul 16, 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.

  • After the Committee recesses for lunch, NBC News anchor Douglas Kiker reviews the testimony given earlier by White House Special Counsel Richard Moore.

  • Commercial break: Honeywell Air Cleaner; Sealtest Light & Lively Yogurt; B and W Cafeterias; WSM-TV station ID.

  • NBC correspondent Carl Stern interviews Minority Counsel Fred Thompson about future witnesses and Richard Moore’s appearance before the Committee.

  • Douglas Kiker comments on the pressure put on President Richard Nixon to appear before the Committee.

  • Commercial break: Creamora.

  • Carl Stern interviews Assistant Chief Counsel Terry Lenzner about his questioning of Richard Moore concerning the lack of action by President Richard Nixon after receiving information about the break-in.

  • Douglas Kiker continues to comment on Richard Moore’s testimony and then is joined by Carl Stern to discuss what is coming up during the afternoon session including the appearance of Herbert Kalmbach, personal attorney to President Nixon.

  • Douglas Kiker discusses Herbert Kalmbach's background.

  • Reporter(s):
    Stern, Carl

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