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Ford Day / Swearing-In / Activities #478711

NBC Evening News for Friday, Aug 09, 1974
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(Studio) Report on Ford's day.
REPORTER: John Chancellor

(Virginia) Ford shown leaving home. [FORD - speaks of sadness and expectation.]

(DC) Fords say goodbye to Nixons. Julie North Eisenhower hugs Fords. Swearing- in shown. Ford visits White House press room. [FORD - says administration to be open and candid.] Intros. new press secretary, Jerry Terhorst, veteran DC representative of "Detroit News." Nixon aides and staff to stay during transition, incling. chief of staff, Alexander Haig. 4 Republicans named to recommend members for Ford team. Ford holds mtgs. on economy and foreign policy. To move to White House and name Vice President shortly. Oval Office entirely empty.
REPORTER: Ron Nessen

Chancellor, John;
Nessen, Ron

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