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Kissinger / Reaction / House Committee #234817

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Jun 12, 1974
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(Studio) Senator James Allen intros. resolution supporting Kissinger. 39 Senators signed it.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) [President cnsl. Dean BURCH - says Rodino has lost control of Judiciary Committee He hasn't proceeded fairly.] [Senator Barry GOLDWATER - says any information government has can be gotten by "Washington Post" or any newspaper that pays price. Charges it's treason and he won't stand for it.] Editor Ben Bradlee calls Goldwater charge outrageous. Says paper neither stole it or paid for it.
REPORTER: Bernard Shaw

(DC) Representative Peter Rodino lectures committee, on virtues of silence. Representative James Maraziti wants committee to vote confidence in Kissinger; Rodino says out of committee jurisdiction. Representative Charles Sandman says any leaking Congmen. should be suspended from committee and Congress [RODINO says committee trying to do responsible job under trying circumstances.] Hearings continue closed.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

Reporter(s):
Morton, Bruce;
Mudd, Roger;
Shaw, Bernard
Duration:
00:02:30

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