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Julie Nixon Eisenhower Interview #230060

CBS Evening News for Monday, Aug 27, 1973
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(Studio) Julie Nixon Eisenhower staunchly supports Nixon through all hardships.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(San Clemente, California) [Julie EISENHOWER - expresses pleasure over Nixon's news conf.] Julie questioned about father's response to this interview. [Julie EISENHOWER - says she didn't mention interview to Nixon.] Question asked with regard to Nixon's frustrations and Julie's part in consultation. [Julie EISENHOWER - states President makes family feel needed. President discusses frustrations and worries in general with family in relaxed atmosphere.] Julie criticized for living in home owned by Bebe Rebozo. [Julie EISENHOWER - says they rent home from Rebozo.] When asked how much rent they pay, says doesn't believe personal finances need be publicized.
REPORTER: Sylvia Chase

Chase, Sylvia;
Cronkite, Walter

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