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Nixon, Cox / Washington, DC Reaction #467354

NBC Evening News for Monday, Oct 22, 1973
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(Studio) Washington, DC reaction to President' firing special Watergate prosecutor Archibald Cox outlined.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) Telegrams swamp Capitol Hill; most demand President' impeachment. [Representative Morris UDALL - explains types of telegrams received in his office. Americans support impeachment as never before.] [Representative Jerome WALDIE - believes Congress has courage to carry out Americans' wish to impeach Nixon.]
REPORTER: Ray Scherer

(Capital Hill) Democrat Senators want to give President another chance before removal from office by setting up completely independent Watergate prosecutor. [Senator Birch BAYH - believes if President vetoes bill for independent Watergate prosecutor, Nixon should be impeached.]

Chancellor, John;
Duke, Paul;
Scherer, Ray

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