Richard Nixon talks about his executive experience and leadership during a presidential election debate in Chicago, Illinois.
Chicago Illinois USA Date:1960, September 26 Duration:3 min 41 sec Sound:Yes
The first Kennedy-Nixon Presidential Debate in Chicago, Illinois. Sander Vanocur from NBC News asks Republican candidate Vice President Richard M. Nixon about executive leadership and his governmental executive decision-making experience. Nixon answers and states that the President of the United States does not disclose instances where official family members have made recommendations. He states that he has given advice to the President whenever he has asked. He has been a part of the National Security Council, the cabinet and has met legislative leaders. He compares his experience in the executive branch with that of Kennedy's in the legislative branch. Democratic candidate Senator John F. Kennedy presents his views and states that there is no certain road to the presidency. He tells that he have met decisions on matters which affect not only the domestic security of the United States, but as a member of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee.
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