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White House Tapes #467749

NBC Evening News for Friday, Nov 02, 1973
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(Studio) Nixon knew last September of missing White House tapes incling. President and John Dean conversation of April 15. White House aide Stephen Bull breaks news during testimony before Judge John Sirica.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) [BULL - believes testimony to clear up any misconceptions with regard to White House tapes.] However, Bull cleared up little. Prosecutor Richard Ben-Veniste suggests tape of President listening to White House tapes in June should be subpoenaed. If 2 tapes were missing then, President would have made comment on tape. White House cnsl. Fred Buzhardt objects to action; Judge Sirica reluctantly agrees with Buzhardt. H.R. Haldeman to be called as witness next week
REPORTER: Gordon Graham

(Studio) White House faces tough questioning for not revealing

Chancellor, John;
Graham, Gordon

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