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United Nations Decision / Reaction #454497

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Oct 27, 1971
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(Studio) Press Secretary Ron Ziegler says President Nixon thinks United Nations voting was shocking spectacle, with some representatives displaying glee and animosity. Nixon feels Taiwan, China, ouster could result in serious loss in American support for foreign aid and UN. Vice President Spiro Agnew calls United Nations sounding board for left, but says United States should stay in UN. At Senate hearing, cutting United Nations money discussed. Senator Hugh Scott says cheering delegates repd. hot pants principalities.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) [SCOTT - says motion to cut funds would pass Senator now; notes would cool whole foreign aid bill if had to; observes tiny cntrys. have affronted American public sentiment.] [Secretary of State William P. ROGERS - says United States can't act as if United Nations should do what we like because we pay more; points out United States should be careful not to act in petulant manner.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

Chancellor, John

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