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Onet with Secretary Kissinger privately on another matter, but addedas concernedtateoent by Mr. Helms. This was that Secretary Kissinger had told him that General Haig had proposed that Senator Baker be permitted totatement to the effect that the Agency was involved in the Watergate burglary. aid that the Helms* statemsntit ambiguous as it did not indicate whether General Haig's proposal was one of asking for Secretary Kissinger's comments on whether the Agency was likely to have been so involved or whether itore direct proposal that Senator Baker take this initiative. Secretary Kissinger immediately stated that Haig's remarks were clearly in the formolicitation of Secretary Kissinger's comments on the merits. ully agreed, aidould not believe General Haig to have had any other motive in view ofnew about General Haig. Secretary Kissinger vigorously concurred.

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