Slap, Tap, Pat?

Osborne, John
December 1973
New Republic;12/1/73, Vol. 169 Issue 22, p12
Focuses on the actions taken by President Richard Nixon in dealing with issues about the Watergate scandal in the U.S. Details of the briefing done by assistant Patrick Buchanan; Emphasis on enhancing credibility with the media; Report published in the "Wall street journal," that the President slapped sergeant John Kleizo; Elimination of reports creating false impression on the President.


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