Discrediting Kennedy: President Nixon and John D. Ehrlichman
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Discrediting Kennedy: President Nixon and John D. Ehrlichman

John Ehrlichman, the president's chief domestic adviser, tells Nixon that he hopes to receive information on the assassination of South Vietnamese president Ngo Dinh Diem in 1963. (Oct. 8, 1971) Audio by Richard Nixon Presidential Materials Project, The National Archives.

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