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Meese / Confirmation Hearings #536296

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Mar 04, 1984
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REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) Senator confirmation hearings for Edwin Meese, nominated to be Attorney General, noted concerned with his personal financial dealings; role of rancher Thomas Barrack (a federal appointee under former Interior Secretary James Watt and neighbor of President Reagan in California) in helping Meese out of financial straits discussed. [Friday, MEESE - claims Barrack contacted him.] Meese's account of Barrack's relationship with contractor Irvin Howard, who bought Meese's house at sizeable loss, noted; Howard's opposite version of sale outlined.
REPORTER: James Polk

Reporter(s):
Palmer, John;
Polk, James
Duration:
00:01:40

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