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Ehrlichman Interview: Nixon In White House #54121

ABC Evening News for Thursday, May 04, 1978
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(Studio) Richard Nixon's upcoming publication of memoirs noted. John Ehrlichman's recent release from prison after serving time for Watergate-related convictions also mentioned; his interview with reporter Margaret Osmore shown. Some interview questions concern Nixon's methods of running White House H.R. Haldeman and break-in at office of Dan. Ellsberg's psychiatrist mentioned. [EHRLICHMAN - is convinced that eventually evidence will surface to indicate there was another channel from Nixon to Howard Hunt and G. Gordon Liddy that caused Ellsberg psychiatrist break-in to occur. Cites own deduction that Nixon was perpetrator of action. Doesn't have any information on Watergate at all. Responds to question about Nixon's having gotten off for his part in Watergate. Describes Nixon as President and Henry Kissinger; won't describe self as part of White House staff.]
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

Reasoner, Harry

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