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President' Private Homes / Fin. Report #30658

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 22, 1974
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(Studio) White House Press Secretary Ronald Ziegler denies $17 million spent on President' private homes.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Capitol Hill) Chairperson of panel investigating expenditures of Nixon's homes, Jack Brooks, at odds with senior panel mbr., John Buchanan. [BUCHANAN - insists report untrue suggesting $17 million spent on Nixon's homes.) [BROOKS - insists figure correct.] Buchanan's argument further clarified; Brooks' argument outlined. [BUCHANAN - charges Brooks with distorting figures.] [BROOKS - says no one has denied $17 million spent in 1 way or another on Nixon's homes.] White House fears Brooks may feed fuel to impeachment fever.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

Donaldson, Sam;
Smith, Howard K.

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