NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 07, 1973
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(Studio) Henry Kissinger, Secretary of State designate, begins confirmation hearings before Senate Foreign Relations Committee Kissinger outlines policy in new role.
REPORTER: John Chancellor
(Capitol Hill) [KISSINGER - defends secret Cambodian bombing.] [Senator Stuart SYMINGTON - asks if Kissinger truly believes deception won't be used in new role, as used for secret bombings.] [KISSINGER - insists deception in foreign policy useless.] White House wiretapping and Kissinger's role becomes snag at confirmation hearings. [KISSINGER - states overwhelming national security matter may call for wiretap. Any further use of wiretap to be probed thoroughly.] Attorney General Elliot Richardson to meet with committee members with regard to wire tap report
REPORTER: Richard Valeriani