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House Judiciary Committee / Impeachment Hearings #477436

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jun 27, 1974
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(Studio) President' attorney James Saint Clair begins presenting President' defense before House Judiciary Committee
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(DC) [President' cnsl. Dean BURCH - criticizes committee 's decision re: witnesses; says action partisan.] [ST. CLAIR - regrets committee 's decision but he isn't angry.] Behind closed doors, committee discusses March 21, `73, mtg. between President, John Dean and H.R. Haldeman; hush money and E. Howard Hunt subject of conversation. [Representative Edward MEZVINSKY - questions Saint Clair's ability to know about exact events under probe.] [ST. CLAIR - admits he hasn't beard all White House tapes.] [Representative David DENNIS - says committee members nitpick Saint Clair during his presentation.]
REPORTER: Robert Goralski

Goralski, Robert;
Newman, Edwin

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