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Today (Re: Watergate) #659422

NBC Special for Tuesday, May 01, 1973

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  • NBC coverage Today Show of the Watergate scandal at Democratic National Headquarters with reports by Frank McGee, Bill Monroe, Barbara Walters, Frank Blair, John Herrington, Frank Bourgholtzer, Pat Sajak and Vic Biondi, including coverage of other events.
  • Summary and analysis with James J. Kilpatrick (Syndicated columnist), Crosby Noyes (Associate Editor Evening Star), Victor Gold (former Agnew aide), Senator Henry Jackson, Senator Alan Cranston and Senator Thomas Eagleton.
  • Interviews with John Ehrlichman, HR Haldeman, Senator Peter Dominick, Senator Edward Brooke, Senator Charles Percy, Senator James Buckley.
  • Speech by President Nixon.
  • Local WSM-TV News coverage.

  • Reporter(s):
    Watlers, Barbara;
    Monroe, Bill;
    Herrington, John;
    Bourgholtzer, Frank;
    Sajak, Pat;
    Biondi, Vic
    Duration:
    01:46:30

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