The Smoking Gun: President Nixon and H.R. Haldeman
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The Smoking Gun: President Nixon and H.R. Haldeman

Haldeman and Nixon discuss the progress of the FBI's investigation especially the tracing of the source of money found on the burglars. They propose having the CIA ask the FBI to halt their investigation of the Watergate break-in by claiming that the break-in was a national security operation. (June 23, 1972) Audio by Richard Nixon Presidential Material Project, The National Archives.

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