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Meese Confirmation Hearings #536023

NBC Evening News for Friday, Mar 02, 1984
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(Studio) Edwin Meese, nominated by President Reagan for Attorney General, said apparently producing two versions of his personal finances.
REPORTER: Tom Brokaw

(DC) Senator confirmation hearing for Meese and questions arising over suspicious factors surrounding his sale of California home examined. [Senator Howard METZENBAUM - questions legitimacy of sale.] [MEESE - responds.] Suspiciousness of Meese's personal notes on transaction discussed. [METZENBAUM - suggests Meese is trying to hide something.] [MEESE - responds.] [METZENBAUM - points out contradiction in Meese's testimony yesterday.] [MEESE - responds.] White House, in response to Metzenbaum's desire to question purchaser of Meese's California house , said claiming buyer's alleged health prevents him from answering questions; Metzenbaum's reaction noted.
REPORTER: Carl Stern

Brokaw, Tom;
Stern, Carl

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