ABC Evening News for Monday, Oct 30, 1972
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(Studio) No forward movement noted on Vietnam peace treaty. North Vietnam insist on signing agreement tomorrow. United States insists on 1 more negotiating session first. Saigon radio charges North Vietnam is trying to lure President Nixon to quick peace settlement in return for a few ballots. Senator George McGovern urges Nixon to stop letting South Vietnam President Thieu dictate United States policy, and sign treaty. Communist China urges United States to sign. In Paris, Viet Cong For. Min. Madame Binh hints at new demands if agreement not quickly concluded.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Paris, France) Madame Binh says if signing is delayed, Communists will resume demand that South Vietnam President Thieu be expelled from government Warns of higher price for peace if settlement not signed tomorrow. Blames Nixon.
REPORTER: John Rolfson