Richard Nixon


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Noun1.Richard Nixon - vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United StatesRichard Nixon - vice president under Eisenhower and 37th President of the United States; resigned after the Watergate scandal in 1974 (1913-1994)
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The late US President Richard Nixon accepted his involvement in the Watergate scandal and resigned from the presidency.
The National Archives today recognized and commended the efforts of four historians who reviewed and ensured the historical accuracy of the new permanent exhibit at the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum, which opens to the public on October 14.
YEAR UNION LEADER PRIMARY WINNER CANDIDATE 1964 BARRY GOLDWATER HENRY CABOT LODGE 1968 RICHARD NIXON RICHARD NIXON 1972 JOHN ASHBROOK RICHARD NIXON 1976 RONALD REAGAN GERALD FORD 1980 RONALD REAGAN RONALD REAGAN 1984 UNCONTESTED RONALD REAGAN 1988 PETE DU PONT GEORGE H.
Forty years ago, on August 8, 1974, Richard Nixon resigned the presidency.
According to a 60 Minutes/Vanity Fair poll, 43 percent of respondents voted to forgive him from a list of liars, which included Lance Armstrong, Richard Nixon and Bernie, the Politico reported.
At the time in 1977 when the talk show host landed his now famous interview with disgraced Richard Nixon, he was ridiculed by many, having built his reputation on soft soap interviews.
FORMER US President Richard Nixon and Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev met during the height of the Cold War - and discussed giving up smoking.
Newly released tapes reveal Prime Minister Pierre Trudeau called President Richard Nixon in May, 1973 to express his "great confidence and respect" to the embattled US president over "the Watergate thing" less than two weeks after the growing scandal claimed Nixon's top White House staff.
What distinguishes us as a group" she said, is that "we are too young to remember a time when Richard Nixon was not on the political scene, and too old reasonably to expect that we shall see one" Greenfield was distressed about this.
And there is no doubt that, had he not resigned in 1974, Richard Nixon rightly would have been impeached and removed from office as a result of his clear and pernicious crimes.
About 45 minutes before landing, then-President Richard Nixon emerged from first class and began his way down the aisle, shaking hands with each of us onboard.
David Frost put his personal reputation and money on the line to secure an audience with disgraced former US president Richard Nixon, who thought he'd found a lucrative way to promote the forthcoming publication of his memoirs.