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Nixon

Richard M(ilhous). 1913--94, US Republican politician; 37th president from 1969 until he resigned over the Watergate scandal in 1974
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The most important difference between Nixon and Trump, of course, is that Nixon spent nearly all of his adult life in politics and government: four wartime years at the Office of Price Administration and in the navy, four years in the House of Representatives, two years in the Senate, eight years as vice president, and 12 years as a presidential candidate or ardent campaigner for his party's nominees in every national election from 1960 to 1972.
The liberal Republican was pleased that the presidential administration of Richard Nixon was giving the "action" to the liberals, despite the staunch conservative rhetoric emanating from the White House.
Nixon was forced to appoint a new special prosecutor.
The participating teams revealed their concluding strategic propositions in a presentation at Voth Nixon Group's corporate headquarters in Hong Kong, each of them receiving grants to begin applying their teams' recommendations.
Coppolani argues that the majority of scholars who portray Nixon in a negative light do so because of their failure to examine the complete historical record.
Nixon's immediate problem that October was Archibald Cox, the Watergate special prosecutor Nixon himself had appointed, who was demanding that the president release tape recordings that he, Nixon, had made of his conversations in the Oval Office.
Nixon has joined the firm as Senior Vice President and Chief Legal Officer.
On January 9, 2013, the 100th anniversary of Richard Nixon's birth, former Nixon speechwriter Patrick J.
Ike's reputation soared above the flay; Nixon was ever (as he bragged) "in the arena.
BRIDE AND GROOM: Richard Albinson, 29, and Marie Nixon, 33, both of Loftus.
London, Dec 27 (ANI): Former US president Richard Nixon had a gay affair with his best friend, a Mafia-connected Florida wheeler-dealer named Charles 'Bebe' Rebozo, according to a new biography by Don Fulsom.
The primarily historiographical essays permit readers to learn about major printed, electronic, and archival resources and reflect the state of Nixon studies in mid-2010.