Senate-Watergate hearings on presidential campaign activities of Richard Nixon in elections of 1972, Washington DC. Senator Sam Ervin Junior, Chairman of Select Committee arrives and takes chairman seat in the hall. Other staff members take their seats. He discusses with other jury members. Senator Truman Campbell called for cross examination. He repeats a pledge after Senator Ervin, a lawyer starts questioning him about Nixon's Presidential election campaign of 1972. He answers in detail about the events in campaign rallies. Jury members, staff members and press reporters inside the hall
U.S. President Richard Nixon's address to the nation about Watergate case from the White House, Washington DC. President Nixon speaks about his campaign's wrong-doings in 1972 elections and condemns them. He asserts that such abuses won't take place in future. He condemns the practices during his campaign in 1972 presidential elections.
Television broadcast of U.S. President Richard Nixon's speech from the White House in Washington DC, United States on the withdrawal of remaining U.S. troops from Vietnam on 29th March 1973 during the Vietnam War. The White House. The Seal of the President of the United States. The President talks about that period of the Vietnam War when he joined the office and speaks about the program he initiated to end the war. He says American prisoners are on their way from Vietnam and people of South Vietnam are now free to choose their government. He says North Vietnam is not complying with few provisions of the Peace Agreement. He says that they should honor all those American soldiers who died during the Vietnam War. He refers to the difficult days of the war including the moratorium to end the war which was organized on October 15, 1969 when millions of Americans took day off from work and schools to participate in local demonstrations against the war. Nixon refers to the period of April 1971 when he ordered attacks on Communist bases in Cambodia. He talks about the period of May 1972 when he ordered air strikes in North Vietnam and the period of December 1972 when he ordered more air strikes.
The First Lady of the United States Pat Nixon in the White House Library in Washington DC, United States. Mrs. Nixon greets Ross Mosier, 1972 National Cystic Fibrosis Poster Child, in the library of the White House. Mrs. Nixon greets the father of the child and poses for pictures with the family. Mrs. Nixon picks a flower and tries to give it to Ross who won't accept it.
Hippies demonstrate on the north sidewalk of the White House in Washington DC. Long haired , weirdo hippies and their things on Pennsylvania Avenue along a sidewalk in front of the White House. A woman stands with a poster. The poster reads 'Honk For Peace'. Various posters read 'Unity Means Peace', 'In The Name of God, Stop The War', 'Vigil for Peace' and 'Give God A Chance'. Peace demonstrators play guitars. A baby in a pram or stroller. The demonstrators pass out leaflets to pedestrians. Some sleep on a sidewalk and smoke cigarettes. The demonstrators protest the escalation of war ( Vietnam War ) and advocate a march towards the Capitol on May 13, 1972.
Host Charles McDowell recalls events and happenings of the Watergate scandal and hearings of the Senate-Watergate Committee, in Washington DC. A report on Watergate Hearings presented by him from the Senate Caucus Room where hearings took place. He recalls victory of Richard Nixon in the Presidential elections of 1972. Senator Sam Ervin Junior, Chairman of Select Committee on the cover of Time Magazine. He and other members of the committee during the hearings and a large crowd gathered applaud as he speaks.