During an election debate in the US, John F Kennedy and Richard Nixon talk about the conduct of the U.S. President.
United States USA Date:1960, October 13 Duration:2 min 33 sec Sound:Yes
The third Kennedy-Nixon Presidential Debate in the United States. Charles Van Fremd from CBS News asks Democratic candidate Senator John F Kennedy whether he owed an apology to U.S. Vice President Richard Nixon and the Republican party for some strong charges made by former President Harry Truman. Kennedy answers that President Harry S Truman has his methods of expressing things and he has been in politics for fifty years. He says that he could not tell President Truman to change his particular speaking manner. Republican candidate Vice President Richard M Nixon says that U.S. President has an obligation not to lose his temper in public. He states that he is proud that President Eisenhower has restored dignity and good language to the conduct of U.S. Presidency. He concludes that if he wins the election he would approach President Eisenhower in maintaining the dignity of the office.
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