A journalist questions President Nixon regarding his belief in his officials during a news conference in Orlando, Florida.
Orlando Florida USA Date:1973, November 17 Duration:1 min 17 sec Sound:Yes
A journalist questions U.S. President Richard Nixon regarding his belief in his officials during Watergate investigations in Orlando, Florida. The journalist asks the President that when the White House Chief of Staff Harry Robbins Haldeman and President's Assistant for Domestic Affairs John Daniel Ehrlichman left his administration he found them innocent in the Watergate affair and he considered them as his two finest public servants . Did he still feel the same? The President responds that he does not have any evidence which proves them guilty. He considers Haldeman and Ehrlichman as two dedicated public servants. He believes that when thee Watergate proceedings are complete, they will safely come out, but unfortunately the people have already personally convicted the persons involved.
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