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CSPAN
Nov 26, 2015 5:25pm EST
about to go to moscow and had just been to china. the first nuclear arms treaty was about to be signed. kissinger felt that nixon should do anything to upset the russians. is making this decision and he decided to go ahead and do it against kissinger's advice. this led to the end of american involvement in vietnam. it was a crisis moment. he didn't have time to think about the canadian parliament. i had good camp david. nixon asked me if i was having a good time and if i was comfortable. he asked if i wanted to go bowling. he was sitting in the dark by himself pondering this. years later, at the national archives the director was showing me the nixon papers. i looked up my name. up came haldeman's account of that moment. haldeman said nixon blew up into a tirade about how speechwriters don't understand the nuances of foreign policy. we need to bring international sophistication. haldeman said, typical nixon tantrum. the language of been changed in some way. that's why the president was so nice when i went to camp david. the tension at those moments can be terrific. nixon called
CSPAN
Dec 28, 2015 9:29am EST
huge step back in a after. he was about to go to moscow. he had just been to china. everything was falling in place. the first arms control treaty was signed at the new era. and kissinger felt that nixon shouldn't do anything that ought to upset the russians soviets. and yet, mixing, the north vietnamese, anyway he was making the decision. he finally decided to go ahead and do this against kissinger's advice, one of his boldest decisions. eventually eight months later relayed to the american involvement in the time. this is what was preoccupied him as a crisis moment and he just did not tend to think about the canadian parliament. on the speech i ever wrote that could change the word. best speech he ever gave. [laughter] i had to go to camp david. in the end all he did was ask if i was having a good time. wasn't comfortable, did i want to go bowling. it was so nice. >> would not -- was that when you walked in and he was sitting in the dark? >> yeah, sitting in the dark pondering all of this. at any rate, years later the national archives and the director was showing me the nixon pa
CSPAN
Jan 2, 2016 11:14pm EST
mind the harbors or these military effort in vietnam. he just been to china, everything was falling into place. the first arms control treaty was going to be signed. kissinger felt that since should not do anything that might upset the russians or soviets. felt nexen was being offensive. he was making the decision, he find decided to do this against kissinger's device -- advice. led to thes later it end of the american involvement in the non-. -- in a vietnam. he did not change one word. it is probably the best speech he ever gave. david, allo the camp he did was ask if i had was having a good time? was i comfortable, that i want to go bowling? dark isitting in the pondering this. later, the, years director was showing me through the nixon papers. he said let's look up your name, let's see what pops up. he put my name in, when i changed the language in the speech, halderman writes that nixon got into a tirade about house beach writers do not understand foreign policy. we need to get a speechwriter on aboutc staff to write international -- he wrote typical nixon tantrum. the language
CSPAN
Nov 30, 2015 4:30am EST
. a huge step up in the military effort. in 72 he was about to go to moscow. he had just been to china. everything was falling into place. first arms control treaty was going to be signed of the nuclear era. and kissinger felt that nixon shouldn't do anything that would upset the russians, the soviets. he was nixon, anyway, making this decision. he finally decided to go ahead and do this against kissinger's advice. eventually led to the end of american involvement in vietnam. this was what was preoccupying him. it was a crisis moment. he just didn't have time to think about the canadian parliament. only speech he didn't change one word. probably the best speech he ever gave. i had to go to camp david. i saw nixon. he asked if i was having a good time, was i comfortable, did i want to go bowling. so nice. >> was that when you walked in and he was sitting in the dark? >> he was sitting in the dark by himself pondering all this. at any rate, years later out at the national archives and the director was showing me through the nixon papers. and he said, oh, let's look up your name. let's se
CSPAN
Nov 29, 2015 3:35pm EST
the military effort. in 1972 he was about to go to moscow, he had just been to china, everything's falling into place. the first arms control treaty was going to be signed of the nuclear era. kissinger felt that nixon should not do anything that would upset the russians, or soviets. and yet, nixon has a big offensive. decision.ing this he finally decided to go ahead and do this against kissinger's advice. and eventually, eight months later led to the ameren -- and of american evolvement in vietnam. this was what was preoccupying him. he did not have time to think about the canadian parliament. he just delivered a speech, probably the best speech he ever gave. but what was this, i had to go to cap david. in the end i sonics in great he asked if i was having a good time, was a comfortable, did i want to go bowling. so nice. >> was that when you walked in and he was sitting in the dark by himself? lee: yes. years later, at of the national archives, and the director was papers, andhe nixon he said, let's see what pops up. he put my name in, and up popped of the momentount i change the
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