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Pat Nixon / Health / Blows #489439

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jul 09, 1976
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(Studio) Patricia Nixon reported in good spirits after stroke. She has slight speech and walking impairment and is not yet out of danger.
REPORTER: David Brinkley

(Long Beach, California) Dr. John Lungren says Mrs. Nixon is partially paralyzed on left side. Her speech is slurred and she can walk if given help. [Neurologist Dr. Jack MOSIER - notes Mrs. Nixon's excellent spirits.] Patricia Nixon Cox flies in from New York last night. [Ex-pres. Richard NIXON - says Pat will see this thing through; she's a fighter.]
REPORTER: Laurel Erickson

(San Clemente, California) 1974 film shows public appearance by Pat Nixon at Whittier school being dedicated to her.
REPORTER: Laurel Erickson

(Long Beach, California) No medical bulletins expected unless there is dramatic change in her condition.
REPORTER: Laurel Erickson

(Studio) Friend of Mrs. Nixon tells reporter John Cochran that she has been affected recently by Woodward and Bernstein's account of her life, purported love letters from her husband and knowledge that Nixon would be disbarred as New York attorney
REPORTER: John Chancellor

Reporter(s):
Brinkley, David;
Chancellor, John;
Erickson, Laurel
Duration:
00:02:20

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