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Crowd outside White House awaits Richard Nixon’s resignation, as seen from Lafayette Park, this week 1974:

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Pre-printed ticket for RichardNixon’s trial by Senate after impeachment, October 1974—never used because Nixon resigned:

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Agitated Richard Nixon in White House Rose Garden with daughter Tricia, today 1974, day before announcing resignation:

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The 26th Amendment, ratified in 1971, lowered the voting age to 18. President Richard M. Nixon signed as a witness. He took the unprecedented step of inviting three 18-year-olds to also sign the new amendment. #ArchivesGetsTheVote 

Perspective: Richard Nixon bears responsibility for the pandemic’s child-care crisis

In 1971, Richard Nixon faced low approval ratings and a social movement on the streets. Like President Trump, he was tempted to use military force to suppress dissenters and "found a way around the Pentagon’s resistance," writes @robertslawrence .

Tear gas. Unidentified cops. Mass detentions. An unhinged president. In 1971, Richard Nixon approved the largest mass arrest in US history. Sound familiar?

In 1971, Richard Nixon faced low approval ratings and a social movement on the streets. Like President Trump, he was tempted to use military force to suppress dissenters and "found a way around the Pentagon’s resistance," writes @robertslawrence .

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Decisions were made at the highest levels of the Obama administration to target the incoming president and his campaign. That is the worst abuse of power this country has seen since Richard Nixon.

By any measure, what the Obama-Biden administration did in 2016 and 2017 pales in comparison to everything Richard Nixon even contemplated. The Obama administration targeted its political opponents by weaponizing and politicizing the DOJ, FBI, and the intelligence community.

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

In the past week, Trump has shown the racism of Andrew Jackson, the incompetence of George W. Bush, and the paranoia of Richard Nixon. He is the most unfit man to ever occupy the Oval Office.

A quote that will be much talked about. President Trump said on Fox News moments ago: “I learned a lot from Richard Nixon, don’t fire people. I learned a lot by watching Richard Nixon.” He added, “I did nothing wrong and there are no tapes in my case.”

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.

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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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.

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