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Nixon Tour / Guam / Philippines / Romania #446620

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 25, 1969
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(Studio) President Nixon outlines new American policy on Guam. Admin. to seek reduction of United States military role in Asia. Nixon implies he'll make our presence 1 of economy and technical cooperation and he'll reduce American presence everywhere.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Guam) [Audio poor.] Nixon gets off plane; warm welcome. Next stop is Manila. [NIXON - speaks of challenge of dvtg. programs bringing peace and progress to world.] He shakes hands. Intends to let Asia know we're reducing military there. Asians must learn to take care of own internal wars.
REPORTER: Douglas Kiker

(Studio) Philippines in midst of President campaigns.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

(Manila, Philippines) Manila being cleaned up for President visit. Students to demonstrate. [Ntlist. Youth Leader Jose CARDENAS - says demonstrators to be against his S.E. Asia policy.] Nixon seen as symbol of American Colonialism. City street shown.
REPORTER: Richard Hunt

(Studio) No word about possible Vietnam trip; South Vietnam readies self for visit. Communist Congress in Bucharest, Romania being delayed to save Nixon and Communist delegates from embarrassment.
REPORTER: Chet Huntley

Reporter(s):
Hunt, Richard;
Huntley, Chet;
Kiker, Douglas
Duration:
00:06:30

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