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Nixon / Kissinger #239262

CBS Evening News for Friday, Mar 28, 1975
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(Studio) Since leaving DC, former President Nixon reclusive; signs of emergence noted this week Tuesday Nixon issued statement on King Faisal; today Nixon defends Secretary of State Henry Kissinger.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Mr. Nixon urges former aides to avoid criticism of Kissinger in interest of peace. Patrick Buchanan recalls Nixon's characterization of Kissinger during recent telephone conversation. William Sapphire says he recd. letter from Nixon asking him to go light on Kissinger. Another ex-speech writer Raymond Price sees Nixon often; Price's newspaper article sympathetic to Kissinger. Former aide, Charles Colson, refuses to say if Nixon requested he go easy on Kissinger.
REPORTER: Daniel Schorr

Cronkite, Walter;
Schorr, Daniel

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