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Senate Watergate Hearings - Kalmbach Testimony #1045562

CBS Special for Tuesday, Jul 17, 1973

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  • Live CBS live 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. returns after taking a station-break.

  • Senator Lowell Weicker questions President Richard Nixon's personal attorney Herbert Kalmbach based on the April 19, 1973 phone conversation between Herbert Kalmbach and John Ehrlichman. Senator Weicker also brings up conversations between Herbert Kalmbach and James Knapp.

  • Committee Chairman Sam Ervin picks up the questioning; focusing on meetings between Herbert Kalmbach and John Dean.

  • Senator Joseph Montoya is next to ask a series of questions followed by Chief Minority Counsel Fred Thompson.

  • Committee Chairman Sam Ervin excuses Herbert Kalmbach as a witness and recesses the Committee for the day.

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