President Nixon answers a journalist questions regarding the Watergate tapes during a news conference in Orlando, Florida.
Orlando Florida USA Date:1973, November 17 Duration:2 min 7 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Richard Nixon answers journalist Richard questions regarding the Watergate issue in Orlando, Florida. Richard asks the President about his reaction both personal and political regarding the credibility with the American people as well as his reaction on the discovery that the tapes for White House Counsel John Dean and U.S. Attorney General John Mitchell did not exist. The President responds that he was disappointed. He states that the missing of such tapes gives the impression of things being covered up by the President or his staff members. He states that he would have been been more disappointed in case the tapes which were considered more important would have been missing. He briefly talks about the tapes of September 15th, March 13th and 21st. He states that even though those two missing tapes are not been considered as an essential part of the investigation by the Urban Committee, but he is still disappointed.
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