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Nixon Trip / Egypt / Train #477164

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 13, 1974
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(Cairo, Egypt) President Nixon and Sadat ride train from Cairo to Alexandria. Huge crowds along route President says turnout reflected friendship for American Sadat says peace now available. Train and crowd shown.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Behna, Egypt) Carnival atmosphere in town. Train platform full. Crowd cheers.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Egypt) President and Sadat speak of peace cooperation and friendship. [NIXON - says he and Sadat talked about Egypt's needs and how to meet them. Says doesn't want to raise expectations.] AUDIO TROUBLE 5:33:50-5:36:30.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Alexandria, Egypt) Crowds in city shown to greet President motorcade. Sign says: "Remember the Palestinians."
REPORTER: No reptr. given

Chancellor, John;
Palmer, John

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