ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 19, 1975
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(Studio) Ex-press secretary, Ronald Ziegler, is now managing director of international services of Syska and Hennessy, consulting engineering firm.
REPORTER: Howard K. Smith
(NYC) Hennessy impressed with Ziegler due to his loyalty to Richard Nixon. [ZIEGLER - says Nixon can be believed, if he writes book candidly. Nixon left office in disgrace; was personal defeat. No other administration has been scrutinized so closely. Men responsible for Watergate brought it about. Saw Nixon daily in last days. He wasn't unstable. Little contact with "old gang".] Says Nixon anguished at thought of old associates spending time in prison.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
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