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House Judiciary Committee / Impeachment Evidence #235358

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Jul 18, 1974
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(Studio) House Judiciary Committee releases more evidence collected during impeachment inquiry. In documents, some evidence reveals President approved Ellsberg break-in after the fact.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) John Ehrlichman swears President approved Ellsberg break in after it occurred. Charles Colson says President wanted national security leaks stopped at all costs. Dr. Henry Kissinger more alarmed than President according to Colson. Further details of evidence released by committee reviewed. Evidence reveals more about wiretaps; details given. President' attorney James Saint Clair releases book of rebuttal evidence.
REPORTER: Bruce Morton

(Studio) New evidence contains report President Nixon called William Rehnquist clown. Rehnquist later apptd. to Supreme Court by President
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

Cronkite, Walter;
Morton, Bruce

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