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Kissinger Resignation / Congressional Reaction #234795

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jun 11, 1974
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(Studio) Senator George Aiken reacts to Secretary of State Henry Kissinger's remarks.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) Earlier wiretap testimony asked to be reviewed. [Senate Foreign Relations Committee William FULBRIGHT - says committee will review case.] [Senator Jacob JAVITS - insists Kissinger's character undamaged by day's events, but situation must be rechecked.] [Vice President Gerald FORD - insists Kissinger's peace mission undercut by reputation smears.] House Judiciary Committee reacts to Kissinger.
REPORTER: Bernard Kalb

(DC) [Representative Joshua EILBERG - says Kissinger or aide Alexander Haig responsible for wiretaps. Conflict between Kissinger's statements and testimony before Senate Foreign Relations Committee exists.] Representatives Don. Edwards and John Seiberling react. J. Edgar Hoover memo seen by committee ; wiretap authorizations approved by former Attorney General John Mitchell.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Kalb, Bernard;
Morton, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger

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