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Cong. Members Visit South Vietnam and Cambodia #481826

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 02, 1975
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(Studio) 8 members of United States Congress leave Saigon after 7 days of investigation into South Vietnam's and Cambodia's need for military and economy assistance.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

(Saigon, South Vietnam) Congress members meet with South Vietnam President Thieu and opposition leaders Congmen. didn't adhere to schedule prepared by United States embassy. [Representatives John FLYNT, Dewey BARTLETT, William CHAPPELL - react negatively to North Vietnam military spns.] Visit has apparently worked in administration's favor. Representative Millicent Fenwick says her visit has changed her entire attitude about Indochina. Representative Paul McCloskey not so sure anymore that he'll vote against more emergency aid.
REPORTER: David Cohler

(Studio) Yesterday, members of Congress met with Cambodia's Lon Nol and United States ambassador to Phnom Penh. Later, some said Lon Nol willing to step down if peace can be brought to Cambodia. Today, spns. say Lon Nol not as willing to resign as Congmen. led to believe.
REPORTER: Edwin Newman

Cohler, David;
Newman, Edwin

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