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Under the best-case scenario, Trump will see more Americans die from the coronavirus than Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson and Nixon saw die in the Korean and Vietnam Wars combined

While self-isolating, I’m autographing prints of me & the #Apollo11  crew at the start of a 3 week quarantine, talking w Nixon'>Pres Nixon, after returning from the Moon. Proceeds benefit @SalvationArmyUS  #COVID19  recovery efforts. Go to: #BuzzAldrinForStayingSafe 

"Under the best-case scenario...Mr. Trump will see more Americans die from the coronavirus in the weeks and months to come than Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson &Richard Nixon saw die in the Korean and Vietnam Wars"

Okay the opera “Nixon in China” available for a few more hours via the @MetOpera  website is amazing and now I have a GIF which I will deploy regularly:

Also I don’t even know where to begin when it comes to coming up with a GIF caption for this part of Jiang Qing’s aria in “Nixon in China”:

This day in 1970: Nixon'>Richard Nixon signed a bill banning cigarette ads on radio and TV. Nixon, an avid pipe smoker, backed the legislation, which took effect in 1971, at the urging of public health advocates. It meant no more commercials with Fred Flintstone:

Trump is a wiseguy. Not FDR, ever -- or Nixon.

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Original Broadway cast of #TheHeidiChronicles  will unite, from their computers, for a reading at 2 pm today. That means Joan Allen, Nixon'>Cynthia Nixon, Boyd Gaines...

I-25 NB: Traffic delays in area between Exit 125 - Ray Nixon Road and Exit 132 - CO 16; Mesa Ridge Parkway. There will be a right lane closure for surveying, expect delays.

Under the best-case scenario presented, Mr. Trump will see more Americans die from the coronavirus than Presidents Harry Truman, Dwight Eisenhower, John Kennedy, Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon saw die in the Korean and Vietnam Wars combined.

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How low has President Obama gone to tapp my phones during the very sacred election process. This is Nixon/Watergate. Bad (or sick) guy!

After Watergate, Congress passed reforms to safeguard the rule of law and root out corruption. We are working on new reforms now, because the threat Trump and his enablers pose to our democracy is more grave than anything Nixon did:

"In private, many of my [Republican] colleagues agree the president is reckless and unfit. They admit his lies. They acknowledge what he did was wrong. They know he's done things Nixon never did. They know that more damning evidence is likely to come out."

✔️Nearly 50 House Republicans can attend every deposition and interview. ✔️Republicans have had equal time to ask questions. ✔️Today’s resolution uses the same rules as the Nixon and Clinton impeachments The process attacks have failed, because facts still matter.

The difference between now and the Watergate era isn't the severity of misconduct— Trump's abuse of power poses a greater threat to our national security than anything Nixon did. The difference today is the apparent willingness of many Republicans to put party over country.

Nixon'>Richard Nixon once made this argument: "When the president does it, that means that it is not illegal." He was forced to resign in disgrace. In America, no one is above the law.

Shoutout to my colleague Adam Schiff. He's doing a masterful job conducting hearings & releasing transcripts, & will bring back witnesses to testify publicly. Trump can't intimidate Schiff or stop the facts. He should just take a cue from Nixon, pack up his tanning bed & leave.

Nixon'>Richard Nixon is finally going to prison. On Roger Stone’s back.

President Trump’s efforts to cover up his betrayal of his oath of office almost make the things Nixon did look small.

President Nixon asked the Department of Justice if he could pardon himself. They said no, as no one may be the judge in their own case. He resigned three days later. In case you want to follow the Nixon model, that would be Thursday.

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