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(Studio) President conts. Watergate offensive. President intends to speak to Associated Press and managing editors convention in Florida Saturday
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) Congmen. breakfast with President in effort to learn more about President' role in Watergate. Representative William Scherle calls Nixon's attempt to clear up Watergate a monologue of reminiscences. Other Congmen. impressed. [Representative Joseph MARAZITI - believes if President conts. to speak out, credibility will be restored.] [Representative Paul McCLOSKEY - thinks President still doesn't realize full disclosure is necessary. Later, President speaks to National Association of Realtors. President speaks of accomplishments. [NIXON - insists he won't violate trust of people.] President to speak again in Florida, Georgia, and Tennessee to friendly crowds in effort to build credibility. To save energy President' jet to fly slower.
REPORTER: Robert Pierpoint
- Mudd, Roger;
- Pierpoint, Robert
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