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Billy Carter Affair #66761

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jul 28, 1980
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(s) Senators Orrin Hatch and Dennis DeConcini reported returning today from meeting in Bahamas with fugitive financier Robert Vesco with regard to Billy Carter and Libyans.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) [HATCH - comments.] DeConcini said rpting. that Vesco had claimed responsibility for entire Billy Carter-Libyan connection in effort to embroil President's brother in scandal and embarrass Carter administration [DeCONCINI - comments.] Details given.

(Studio) President Carter's statement to cabinet officers today with regard to Senator investigation of Billy Carter quoted; further coverage of open conv. announced for tonight's edition of "Nightline."
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Hume, Brit;
Reynolds, Frank

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