ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Sep 11, 1973
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger's confirmation as new Secretary of State seems almost assured.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(Capitol Hill) Senate Foreign Relations Committee and White House compromise. 2 mbrs., Clifford Case and John Sparkman, permitted to read FBI report on White House wiretapping. Committee satisfied with regard to Kissinger's part in wiretaps. [Senator Jacob JAVITS - asks Kissinger why he would be good as Secretary of State.] [KISSINGER - replies he hopes to leave some permanent good behind in State Department] FBI report remains only stumbling block to Kissinger's full Senator confirmation.
REPORTER: Bob Clark
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