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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And that brings to mind Richard Nixon, the only president in recent memory who has rivaled Mr.
DESPERATE Tories last night tried to compare Sturgeon to shamed US president Richard Nixon over the growing Salmond scandal.
The late US President Richard Nixon accepted his involvement in the Watergate scandal and resigned from the presidency.
ELVIS & NIXON (15) ON DECEMBER 21, 1970, singer Elvis Presley arrived unannounced at the gates of the White House in full regalia with a rambling correspondence for US President Richard Nixon.
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.W.
At a very young age Nixon manifested how defeat could be transformed into victory: When Richard Nixon was three years old, he sat on a neighbor's lap in a horse-drawn buggy being driven by his mother.
In 1962, Republican Richard Nixon, having lost California's gubernatorial race, held what he called his ''last press conference,'' telling reporters, ''You won't have Nixon to kick around anymore.''
Caption: President Richard Nixon embraces daughter Julie Nixon Eisenhower at the White House Aug.
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 heart of it was Richard Nixon and Henry Kissinger's insistence on not intervening on behalf of the thousands of Bangladeshis being massacred by the West Pakistani Army -- because of their affection for General Yahya Khan, their hatred of Indians, but mostly because they were using Rawalpindi to get to Beijing.