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CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 12, 1978
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(Studio) Former OMB director Bert Lance's appearance before American Society of Newspaper Eds. and his remarks on press coverage of self, include comments on censorship, reported.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite

(DC) Details given concerning Lance's statements about coverage he recd. during time in office. [LANCE - cites characteristics with which he feels press coverage has labelled him.] Lance's denials of recent reports about his relations with White House, include that president aide Hamilton Jordan ordered him to keep away from President Carter, listed. [LANCE - mentions recent conflicting reports in "Time" magazine and "Washington Post" with regard to his relations with White House Comments on possibility that outside group may have to monitor press if such erroneous rpting. conts.] Jordan's later remarks to same audience noted. [JORDAN - says Lance is and always has been friend.]
REPORTER: Ed Bradley

Reporter(s):
Bradley, Ed;
Cronkite, Walter
Duration:
00:02:30

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