Kennedy and Nixon comment on decisions taken in favor of the U.S. during a presidential election debate in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1960, October 7 Duration:4 min 27 sec Sound:Yes
The second Kennedy-Nixon Presidential Debate in Washington DC, United States. Paul Niven of CBS asks Republican candidate U.S. Vice President Richard M Nixon whether the decisions made so far for the U.S. were right. Nixon says that his decision during the Korean War was right. He disagrees with Kennedy that American prestige is at an all time low. He talks about the average income, daily meal and lifestyle of the Americans. He concludes and states that its his responsibility to correct Kennedy if he misstates. Democratic candidate Senator John F Kennedy disagrees with Nixon and gives the testimony of Senator George Aiken that majority of the Americans did not have income to afford a decent diet. He lays importance on a balanced budget.
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