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A news corespondent reports on the President answering questions during a news conference in Orlando, Florida.

Television correspondent David Schoumacher talks about beginning of phase II of U.S. President Richard Nixon's administration in Orlando, Florida. He briefly talks about the phase I which took place at Washington. He states that the phase II begins at Disney World in Orlando, Florida. He reports on a convention conducted by managing editors of news papers. This news conference is for editors. The White House Press Core is also there. The President of the Associated Press Managing Editors John Quinn addresses audience of the news conference. Cameramen with their recording cameras. John welcomes President Nixon to their 48th annual convention. President Nixon arrives on stage. The audience stand and clap for him. President Nixon gives John the opportunity to ask him the first question. John asks the President about keeping and maintaining 'The Republic' in the growing matter of the Watergate issue. The President elaborates on the issue. He takes the responsibility for the mistakes that were made. He assures the people that he will work for the cause of peace and to restore the confidence of the people in their President.

Date: 1973, November 17
Duration: 4 min 12 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President Nixon answers a journalist's questions regarding the investigation of the Watergate issue in Orlando, Florida.

U.S. President Richard Nixon answers a journalist's questions regarding the Watergate investigation in a news conference in Orlando, Florida. The journalist asks the President about his reason for not involving himself in a case, and if he thinks that the new special persecutor should be kept from investigating that case. The President responds that he has never spoken to Archibald Cox but he did speak to Assistant Attorney General Henry E. Petersen. He told him that his job was to investigate the Watergate matter. The national security matter should not be investigated and it is the President's responsibility to protect matters of national security.

Date: 1973, November 17
Duration: 1 min 17 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President Nixon talks about approval of entries to the Ellsberg Project during a news conference in Orlando, Florida.

A journalist questions U.S. President Richard Nixon about the Ellsberg Project during a press conference in Orlando, Florida. The journalist asks the President about the legal code of approval granted by him to the American military analyst Dr. Daniel Ellsberg's project. The President responds that he had not approved or ordered any entries in Dr. Ellsberg's office. He himself came to know about these entries on March 17th and he has also mentioned this in his statements as well. He states that he finds this not only illegal but stupid as well. He states that all these leaks are seriously damaging the national security.

Date: 1973, November 17
Duration: 1 min 47 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
President Nixon states that he is "not a crook" during a news conference in Orlando, Florida.

U.S. President Richard Nixon responds to a journalist question during a press conference in Orlando, Florida. The journalist talks about the recent statement of Senator Mark Hatfield. He asks the President about the extent to which he thinks the Hatfield statement could explain the occurrence of the Watergate issue. The President responds that the year 1972 was a busy year for him. He did not run his campaign during that period. He takes the responsibility of all mistakes that were made. He briefly talks about his investments which were mentioned in some of the editorials. He feels that in the presidency it is important to have no questions about the President's personal finance. He talks about the questions raised by editorials about his earning and investments. He states that he has been in 14 years of government services. He mentions the sources from where the money came. The President counts the sources. He states that in all years of his public life he has never obstructed justice. He clarifies that he is not a crook and has earned everything he has got. Includes the famous "I am not a crook" line.

Date: 1973, November 17
Duration: 6 min 47 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Edited
Language: English
 
 
United States President Richard Nixon at a press conference answers media persons and press reporters in Orlando, Florida.

United States President Richard Nixon at a press conference answers media persons in Orlando, Florida. President Nixon stands on a podium and answers a question from John Finnigan of the St. Paul Dispatch regarding the subject of Executive Privilege. Nixon responds with his attitudes on the press shield laws and says that the new Attorney General Saxby will follow the Shield law. The reporter follows up asking if Nixon believes that Executive Privilege is absolute and Nixon responds no and affirms his cooperation on investigations

Date: 1973, November 17
Duration: 5 min 7 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
 
U.S. President Richard Nixon at a press meet in Orlando, Florida, speaks about energy crisis and alternate sources of power.

United States President Richard Nixon at a press conference answers media persons in Orlando, Florida. President Nixon stands on a podium and answers the press reporters. A press reporter asks him questions about the energy crisis and why it had not been foreseen earlier. President Nixon discusses the reasons for energy crisis. He talks about alternate sources of energy and his goal that he calls "Energy Independence 1980." He insists on effective use of coal and natural gas and says that coal can be made a clean fuel and mined in ways that it does not destroy landscape. He talks about development of shale oil in Colorado. He advocates deregulation of natural gas to encourage exploration. He speaks about the use of nuclear power to meet increasing energy demands. Around 5:40 he addresses the actions of Arab nations (OPEC), and also speaks of Venezuela and Canada, and says the United States should not have to depend on any other country for energy.

Date: 1973, November 17
Duration: 6 min 29 sec
Sound: Yes
Color: Color
Clip Type: Unedited
Language: English
 
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