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Meet the Press Minute: Nixon warns future presidents to ‘deal with [the small things]’ after Watergate


In 1974, a grand jury named Richard Nixon an “unindicted co-conspirator” for his role in the Watergate scandal. Nixon was pardoned by Gerald Ford after his resignation and never formally charged with any crimes. He joined Meet the Press in 1988 and talked about the impact Watergate had on his legacy, with a warning for future presidents.

NRNews and Information Primetime Excerpt
Appearing:Chuck Todd
Tags: dc, election, government, Meet The Press, mtp, politics, washington, washington d.c.


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