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(Studio) Senator Robert Dole frequently questioned with regard to old campaign financing charges.
REPORTER: Roger Mudd
(DC) White House tells Dole it's pleased with campaign and White House lawyers say no problem with Dole's having talked to Watergate grand jury investigating campaign fund abuses. Dole says he didn't receive contributions from Gulf Oil Company Former Gulf lobbyist Claude Wild, Junior says he channeled funds to other Republicans through Dole's office in 1970 but can't remember if Dole or aide received them. [WILD - says action was legal and money wasn't kept by Dole so didn't make big impression on him.] Dole assistant who might have received money says he doesn't remember it. Dole's schedule for week noted.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg
- Engberg, Eric;
- Mudd, Roger
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