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Senate Watergate Hearings - Commentary #1032201

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.

  • While the Committee is in recess, NBC anchor Douglas Kiker reviews the testimony of Herbert Kalmbach, President Richard Nixon’s personal attorney.

  • Commercial break: NBC Nightly News; Stokely Golden Corn; Pringles Potato Chips; JC Penny.

  • NBC correspondent Carl Stern interviews Georgetown University Law School Professor Arthur Miller about the legality of the White House Recording System.

  • Douglas Kiker goes over the testimony given earlier by former White House aide Alexander Butterfield.

  • Carl Stern joins an interview of Committee Minority Counsel Fred Thompson.

  • The Committee reconvenes.

  • Reporter(s):
    Stern, Carl

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