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(Studio) In President News Conf., President Nixon speaks on status of Vietnam peace talks.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(White House) President Nixon won't make new peace proposals until North Vietnam responds to last ones, and will make no deals concerning South Vietnam's political future without President Thieu's agreement. Warns Democrat President candidates against criticizing peace efforts and declines to disavow statements by aide Bob Haldeman that some Democrats consciously aid enemy. President Nixon admits mistakes made during India-Pakistan War. Says he will travel to China via Hawaii and Guam. Nixon says there will be no new taxes this year though property-tax abolition planned for later.
REPORTER: Dan Rather
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Rather, Dan
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