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Nixon Cabinet / Day in Washington, DC #198764

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 12, 1968
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(Studio) Nixon spends busy day in DC; briefs Cabinet, meets with Lyndon Johnson at White House
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Nixon late for White House meeting Nixon accompanied by Mrs. Nixon and Tricia. Johnsons with daughter, Luci, greet Nixons. Film shown. Nixon and Johnson talk in oval office, perhaps with regard to summit with USSR before Johnson leaves office.
REPORTER: Dan Rather

(DC) Nixon meets with Cabinet. Mr. and Mrs. William Rogers filmed enrte. to mtg., also George Romney, Melvin Laird, Robert Finch. Nixons arrive late, but Laird and Finch later still. Cabinet members and wives attend day-long mtg. Re: staffing. Nixon urges cross section of racial and ethnic groups.

Cronkite, Walter;
Hart, John;
Rather, Dan

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