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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But this didn't quite suit his fastidious taste in another minute, being too shiny; so, as they walk up the town, they dive into Nixon's the hatter's, and Tom is arrayed, to his utter astonishment, and without paying for it, in a regulation cat-skin at seven-and- sixpence, Nixon undertaking to send the best hat up to the matron's room, School-house, in half an hour.
Members of Nixon's reelection committee were arrested for breaking into and illegally wiretapping the Democratic National Committee's Watergate headquarters.
Nixon's response came into an earlier subpoena that had been issued back in 1973.
Haig, who served in Korea and Vietnam and was appointed as Henry Kissinger's national security advisor during Nixon's first term, returned to the White House as Nixon's chief of staff in May of 1973.
Nixon's transition has been natural but not inevitable.
Sex and the City icon Sarah Jessica Parker is all in for co-star Cynthia Nixon's political aspirations, calling the Miranda to her Carrie a "sister on and off screen."
Nixon's Back Channel to Moscow: Confidential Diplomacy and Detente
FARRELL, WHO HAS PREVIOUSLY WRITten about Clarence Darrow and Tip O'Neill, recounts with literary grace and surpassing empathy Nixon's life as a striver, always feeling that he was on the periphery but wanting desperately to be at the center.
Nixon's White House Wars: The Battles That Made and Broke a President and Divided America Forever, by Patrick J.
But despite similarities with President Richard Nixon's infamous 'Saturday Night Massacre' 44 years ago, during
Nixon's infamous "Saturday Night Massacre" 44 years ago, during the Watergate scandal, the political situations are utterly different.
Despite similarities with President Richard M Nixon's infamous "Saturday Night Massacre" 44 years ago, during the Watergate scandal, the political situations are utterly different.