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Buckley / President' Resignation / Long #30659

ABC Evening News for Friday, Mar 22, 1974
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(Studio) Senator James Buckley admits most mail critical of his request for President' resignation. However, Buckley's stance recs. some support from other mbrs of Senator
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

(Capitol Hill) [BUCKLEY - says most letters critical.] Questioned about Sense' reactions. [BUCKLEY - admits some Senators agree with stand, but can't make public announcement supporting Buckley.) Buckley thinks President' defiance of House Judiciary Committee's request for evidence could change some minds. [BUCKLEY - believes conservatives to change attitudes if President defies House Judiciary Committee subpoena.]
REPORTER: Bob Clark

(Studio) Sen Russell Long doesn't think President should resign. Disagrees with Representative Wilbur Mills' belief that revelations from income tax probe to put more pressure on Nixon to resign than Watergate.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith

Reporter(s):
Clark, Bob;
Smith, Howard K.
Duration:
00:02:40

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