After the dinner, guests moved to the East Room to enjoy a performance by Frank Sinatra. The audience thoroughly enjoyed the performance, and President Nixon stood up to lead the applause. Credit: Richard M. Nixon Presidential Library and Museum / NARA
Chris Pine is taking on Watergate as Richard Nixon's lawyer John Dean. All the details:
@TomFitton at #WCS2019 : "When are Hillary/Obama going to go under oath & be asked tough questions about their involvement? When it comes to abusing the powers of office to spy on/suppress & target your political opponents, Obama makes Richard Nixon seems like a piker."
44 years ago today, Richard Nixon resigned because he was about to get caught. Anyone, anyone, anyone else?
“Well, when the President does it, that means that it is not illegal.” —Richard Nixon to David Frost, 1977
The last presidential campaign known to pay off people in possession of damaging information about the candidate was Richard Nixon's in 1972.