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Kuan Yew / Critical White House Guest #37560

ABC Evening News for Friday, May 09, 1975
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(Studio) Prime Min. Singapore Lee Kuan Yew honored at White House dinner last night. During speech, he criticizes United States foreign policy; Secretary of State Henry Kissinger says remarks painful to hear, but true.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(White House) Kuan Yew calls United States policy failure in Indochina unmitigated disaster; questions United States ability to act quickly in cases of open aggression. [KUAN YEW - discusses United States foreign policy and need for change.] All wk. long, President assures Asian leaders of United States plans to keep its commitments. Some feel Congress may be giving more support to President Ford with regard to refugee issue and foreign policy, partly as signal to other cntrys.
REPORTER: Steve Bell

Bell, Steve;
Reasoner, Harry

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