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Hours: Mon - Sat 10am - 5pm, Sun 11am - 5pm

Date: June 3, 1973

Time: Unknown between 10:10 am and 10:35 am

Location: Camp David Study Table

The President talked with Ronald L. Ziegler.

Ziegler’s schedule

-Paris

-Henry A. Kissinger

-White House presence

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President’s schedule

-Briefing

President’s conversation with Haig

-Ziegler’s progress

-Melvin Laird

-Family

Haig

-Resignation from Army

-Conversation with Ziegler, June 2, 1973

-Character

-Haig’s living arrangements

-Support for President

White House staff morale

Watergate

-News leads

-John W. Dean, III

-Statement concerning meetings with President in 1973

-Dean

-Statement concerning meetings with President

-White House response

-New York Times

-Meetings with President

-February 27, 1973

-March 21, 1973

-Cover-up

-$350,000 and H. R. (“Bob”) Haldeman

-Herbert W. Kalmbach

-February 27, 1973

-Ronald A. Moore

-Meeting with Haldeman and Ehrlichman at La Costa

-President’s knowledge

-White House response

-Leonard Garment

-Ziegler’s forthcoming meeting

-Leaks from prosecutors, Samuel Dash, and Ervin Committee

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-Dean’s statement

-Dean

-Statement concerning conversations with President

-Press coverage

-Contacts with President

-January 1973

-February 27, 1973 with Moore

-February 28, 1973

-Statement concerning meetings with President, January 1973 ­ March 1973

-Number

-Contacts with President

-Executive privilege

-Ervin Committee

-Preparation for President’s March 15, 1973 press conference

-Statement concerning meetings with President

-Intent

-Contacts with President

-March 21, 1973 meeting

-Cover-up

-Statement concerning meetings with President

-White House response

-Intent

-White House response

-News leads, June 2, 1973

-Soviet Embassy’s possession of Pentagon Papers

-Tom C. Huston’s statement

-Dean

-Contacts with President

-Number

-Ziegler’s forthcoming meeting

-President’s investigation

-Timing

-March 1973

-Wording of President’s statement

-March 1973

-President’s knowledge

-Payoffs

-Dean

-Contacts with President

-February 27, – March 21, 1973, and April 16, 1973

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-Number and timing

-Content

-Motives

-Immunity

-Statement concerning meetings with President

-White House response

-Garment

-Dean

-Statement concerning meetings about President

-President’s knowledge of cover-up

-Documentation

-President’s knowledge of cover-up

-Dean

-Culpability

-Conversations with President

-White House staff members’ culpability

-Haldeman

-Subornation of perjury

-Clemency offer

-Funds for defendants

-William O. Bittman

-President’s response

-March 21, 1973

-Motives

-White House response

-Garment’s view

-J. Fred Buzhardt, Jr.’s view

-Ziegler’s forthcoming meeting, (June 3, 1973) with Garment, Haig and

Buzhardt

-President’s knowledge

-President’s conversation with Haldeman

-Haldeman’s subsequent conversation with Ehrlichman

-$350,000

-Kalmbach

-President’s March 21, 1973 meeting with Dean

-President’s response

-Ehrlichman

-Bittman

-Ehrlichman

-Jeb Stuart Magruder

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-Ehrlichman

-Release of notes to Grand Jury

-White House response

-Possible statements by Haldeman, Ehrlichman, and Charles W. Colson

-Ronald Ziegler’s schedule

President’s schedule

-[US ­ France] summit

Watergate

-Press

-Relationship with Ervin Committee and prosecutors

-Response

-Edward J. Gurney

-John G. Tower