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(Studio) South Vietnam President Nguyen Van Thieu invites Richard Nixon to visit South Vietnam. Nixon spokesperson says he wouldn't travel outside United States unless President Johnson advised it. President Secretary George Christian says no suggestion been made. Reporter talks with reporter with regard to interim period and President-elect's conduct.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds
(Studio) Nixon acted prudently in not taking up Thieu's offer. Thieu should realize he can't play Nixon against Johnson. Nixon could tell Thieu through Johnson channels that he'd like to see South Vietnam in Paris. Should send observer to Paris.
REPORTER: Joseph C. Harsch; Frank Reynolds
- Harsch, Joseph C.;
- Reynolds, Frank
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