NBC Evening News for Monday, May 05, 1975
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(Studio) Secretary of State Henry Kissinger spends 2 hrs. with Rockefeller commission; commission investigating illegal CIA activities. Kissinger says he was never involved in domestic spying or plots to assassinate foreign leaders Kissinger interview with Barbara Walters of "Today" show taped; subjects discussed incl. South Vietnam and USSR . Portions of interview follow. [KISSINGER - says US can't expect USSR not to take advantage of situations where United States doesn't take action to maintain balance Detente has never meant absence of competition.]
REPORTER: John Chancellor
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