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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

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In April 1973, President Richard Nixon and First Lady Patricia Nixon honored the Italian Prime Minister Giulio Andreotti with a State Dinner.

Chris Pine is taking on Watergate as Richard Nixon's lawyer John Dean. All the details:

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To recall a favorite political witticism, @POTUS  criticizing Fox News is like when @WSJ  criticized Richard Nixon in 1960 and JFK observed, “That’s like L’Osservatore Romano criticizing the Pope!”

@cspan  Talk about a souvenir: A ticket to Richard Nixon's impechment hearing - this day in 1974. The tickets were printed up before the president resigned https:

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The Endangered Species Act was originally signed into law by Richard Nixon'>President Richard Nixon in 1973 and was passed unanimously in the Senate. It currently protects more than 1,600 species of plants and animals.

Richard Nixon signed the Endangered Species Act, which passed Congress almost unanimously, into law. The moderate Republicans who thrived in Congress in Nixon’s day are themselves an endangered species, if not, for all practical purposes, extinct.

This #POD  shows Henry Kissinger, left, President Richard Nixon's national security adviser, conferring in 1971 with Gen. Creighton Abrams, commander of U.S. forces in Vietnam at Tan Son Nhut Air Base.

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If Richard Nixon had accused LBJ of the Kennedy assassination - that would have been the biggest story on earth That Trump could accuse Clinton of murder to shrugs ... reveals how even Trump's own party does not think of Trump as the real president

45 years ago today--President Richard Nixon was secretly named an unindicted co-conspirator by same federal grand jury that indicted 7 of his aides for Watergate conspiracy:

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@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."

Richard Nixon went to Mar-a-Lago a month before he resigned the Presidency, July 1974:

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America has had its share of crooks (Warren G. Harding, Richard Nixon), bigots (Andrew Jackson, James Buchanan), and incompetents (Andrew Johnson, George W. Bush). But never before Donald Trump have we had a president who combined all these nefarious qualities.

America has suffered through failed and corrupt presidencies (Richard Nixon, Warren G. Harding) but not until now have we had a seriously dangerous presidency. For the good of all, our New Year's resolution must be to remove him from office in 2019.

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

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The last presidential campaign known to pay off people in possession of damaging information about the candidate was Richard Nixon's in 1972.

Today, President Trump has made a claim of immunity from criminal wrongdoing - in office and out - more sweeping than anything dared by Richard Nixon. He's not just a Twitter troll, even if he acts like it. Time for hearings on this radical new claim of POTUS power to break law

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