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Watergate / The Players / Colson Interview #791511

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, May 31, 2005
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(Studio: Aaron Brown) The players in the Watergate saga featured; details given about President Richard Nixon, chief of staff Bob Haldeman, his aide John Ehrlichman, White House counsel John Dean, the Watergate burglars G. Gordon Liddy & Howard Hunt, Jim McCord, Judge John Sirica, Jeb Magruder, Chuck Colson, John Mitchell, Richard Kleindienst, Eliot Richardson, politicians Sam Ervin, Howard Baker, lawyers Sam Dash & Fred Thompson, Peter Rodino, Alexander Butterfield, Nixon secretary Rosemary Woods, President Gerald Ford & prosecutor Leon Jaworski.

(Studio: Aaron Brown) Live interview held with former Nixon aide Colson. [From Naples, Florida, COLSON - talks about his disappointment that former FBI number two man W. Mark Felt was the source "Deep Throat"; suggests what Felt should have done so that he could stop Watergate rather than undermining the administration; notes many of the accusations in those days were not true.]

Brown, Aaron

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