All the President's Men Scene 23
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- Woodward calls Bernstein, saying he believes Haldeman, Nixon's Chief of Staff, is the fifth name to control the fund.
- It has to be him, because the only person above him is Nixon. He's the highest person in charge.
- They decide to pay Sloan another visit.
- But Sloan refuses to be their source on Haldeman.
- The reporters get tricky with their words, like reporters do, and ask Sloan if they'd be in trouble if they ran a story naming Haldeman.
- Sloan says, "I would have no problems if you ran a story like that." Why can't anyone give a straight answer around here?