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Rockefeller / Congressional Reaction #235840

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 20, 1974
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(Studio) Senator Rules and House Judiciary Cmtes. begin studies of Rockefeller.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd

(DC) [Speaker House Carl ALBERT - says feels he'll be confirmed, but doesn't want to preempt committee ] [Senator Hugh SCOTT - thinks governor New York has to be "Mr. Clean".] Rockefeller lunches with Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, Senators Mike Mansfield, and Scott. [Representative John ASHBROOK - says Rockefeller anathema to Republican conservatives.] [Senator Barry GOLDWATER - says told President Rockefeller would be problem in trying to reorg. party after Watergate Bush could do better job.] Rockefeller assures Senator Rules chairperson, Howard Cannon, of cooperation with study. [ROCKEFELLER - says Ford talked of self in 1976, not him. Impression that he intended to run.] Rockefeller meets with Rep Peter Rodino.
REPORTER: Nelson Benton

Benton, Nelson;
Mudd, Roger

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