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Impeachment Proceedings #478020

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jul 31, 1974
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(Studio) President' strategy with regard to impeachment talk of DC. President' aide Patrick Buchanan says President may ask House to vote on impeachment without debate to produce speedy Senator trial. Senator Barry Goldwater offers another alternative.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(DC) [GOLDWATER - believes President should appear before both hses. of Congress and answer questions.]
REPORTER: No reporter given

(Studio) Other defenders of President predict grave trouble for him. Representative Chas. Wiggins says odds against President Senator John Tower expects trial in Senate
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Capitol Hill) Vote in House likely to be overwhelmingly against President Margin in House could have large effect on Senator House members discuss impeachment; details given. South and conservative support for President seriously eroded; Representatives John Anderson and Barber Conable seem to lean toward impeachment.
REPORTER: Charles Quinn

(Studio) White House aware of growing momentum for impeachment.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(White House) Dep. press secretary Gerald Warren says White House aware of House's feeling. Warren confident House won't vote impeachment if it examines all evidence.
REPORTER:. Tom Brokaw

Chancellor, John;
Quinn, Charles

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