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White House / Sens. Black List #27116

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 09, 1973
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(Studio) Columnist Jack Anderson says White House, has another black list besides enemies list. 2nd list contains Republican Sense who displeased President
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Capitol Hill) Several Republican Senators on list are liberals who didn't vote for Nixon. [Pennsylvania Senator Richard SCHWEIKER - says he's on list because voted own beliefs and convictions. White House too busy making hate lists to try and -solve nation's problems.] [Senator William SAXBE - states he suspected he was on someone's list. Believes M.R, Haldeman and John Ehrlichman ran tight ship like President wanted, but obviously method used didn't matter.] [REPORTER - asks if Saxbe thinks President knew anything about Watergate.] [SAXBE - likens President to piano player in ill-reputed house for 20 years who didn't know what went on upstairs.] Sources say more lists exist in White House

Clark, Bob;
Smith, Howard K.

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