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White House / FBI Files #612948

NBC Evening News for Sunday, Jun 16, 1996
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(Studio: Len Cannon) Report introduced.

(Capitol: Joe Johns) The political dispute over the FBI files obtained by the White House examined; details given of the role of director of White House security Craig Livingstone, who supervised an updating of security files that wound up including confidential reports on 408 people. [On Fox, associate White House counsel Mark FABIANI - downplays the files issue.] [Majority leader Trent LOTT - calls for hearings.] [Senator John CHAFEE - criticizes the White House.] Statement from White House press secretary Michael McCurry about an inference that Hillary Clinton may be involved noted.

Reporter(s):
Cannon, Len;
Johns, Joe
Duration:
00:01:40

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