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Start Date: 16-Apr-1972 2:25 PM

End Date: 16-Apr-1972 2:29 PM


Nixon, Richard M. (President)Haldeman, H. R. ("Bob")

Recording Device: White House Telephone

Full Tape Conversation Start Time: 05:49:24

Full Tape Conversation End Time: 05:54:12


NARA Description:

On April 16, 1972, President Richard M. Nixon and H. R. ("Bob") Haldeman talked on the telephone from 2:25 pm to 2:29 pm. The White House Telephone taping system captured this recording, which is known as Conversation 022-152 of the White House Tapes.

Nixon Library Finding Aid:

Conversation No. 22-152

Date: April 16. 1972
Time: 2:25 pm - 2:29 pm
Location: White House Telephone

The President talked with H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman.

     Richard G. Kleindienst nomination
          -Haldeman report
               -Paul J. Fannin
                     -Contacts with Samuel J. Ervin, Jr.
               -Talks with John N. Mitchell and Clark MacGregor
                     -Mitchell/MacGregor meeting
                          -Report to Haldeman
               -Russell B. Long
               -Mitchell view
                     -Chances of confirmation
                     -Termination of International Telephone and Telegraph [ITT] hearings

                            NIXON PRESIDENTIAL MATERIALS STAFF

                                      Tape Subject Log
                                        (rev. 10/06)

                            -MacGregor’s view
                      -Charles McC. Mathias, Jr.
                            -Peter M. Flanigan testimony
                                  -Mathias deal
          -Jack Gleason testimony
                -Charles W. Colson and MacGregor view
                      -Kleindienst withdrawal
                -Content of testimony
          -Confirmation chances
                -MacGregor’s views
                            -Edward M. Kennedy
          -Public interest
                -Flanigan testimony
          -Corruption in administration
                -John D. Ehrlichman study
                -Contacts with Fannin