CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 23, 1973
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(Studio) Secretary of State designate Henry Kissinger holds news conference Answers questions with regard to Watergate impact on foreign policy.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(San Clemente, California) [KISSINGER - says foreign policy affected by Watergate.] Kissinger reports planned Latin American tour by President canceled by Watergate divisions. [KISSINGER - states job will be carried out regardless of religion and background. Feels great responsibility.] Kissinger promises greater effort to work with Congress to be made. [KISSINGER - hints his staff will work harder and longer hrs.] Kissinger asked about appropriate title for him now. [KISSINGER - jokes just call me "excellency."]
REPORTER: Dan Rather
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