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White House Tapes / Ehrlichman #26852

ABC Evening News for Friday, Jul 20, 1973
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(Studio) Former White House aide John Ehrlichman would like White House tapes to be released.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(At Ehrlichman's Washington, DC home) [REPORTER - asks if Ehrlichman knew about White House tapes.] Ehrlichman says no. [REPORTER - thinks tapes might vindicate Ehrlichman.] [EHRLICHMAN - believes they might help him to prove innocence and would like them released from White House Believes tapes would substantiate dates, times, events proving Ehrlichman had no involvement in Watergate.] [REPORTER - questions secrecy of tapes.] [EHRLICHMAN - believes President keeping tapes for historical purposes.]
REPORTER: Gerald Seymour (British correspondent)

(Studio) Ehrlichman doesn't want President to think Ehrlichman is telling him to release White House tapes.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry;
Seymour, Gerald

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