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  1. The Watergate scandal was a major political scandal in the United States involving the administration of U.S. President Richard Nixon from 1972 to 1974 that led to Nixon's resignation.

  2. Nixon was initially reluctant to accept the pardon because he did not want to admit guilt, but then agreed to do so. In his official acceptance of the pardon, Nixon said that he "was wrong in not acting more decisively and more forthrightly in dealing with Watergate, particularly when it reached the stage of judicial proceedings and grew from a ...

  3. Jun 17, 2022 · 1. Nixon was named as a Watergate conspirator by a grand jury but was not indicted. 2. John Dean borrowed money from a White House safe to pay for his honeymoon. 3. Spiro Agnew resigned as vice president because of his involvement in Watergate. 4. Nixon and Henry Kissinger knelt in prayer together after the president decided to resign. 5.

  4. Jun 18, 2022 · WATERGATE DATES. The true Watergate connoisseur needs only a date to recall a significant event. The Watergate break-in was on June 17, 1972. Richard Nixon was pardoned Sept. 8, 1974.

  5. Jun 16, 2022 · Asked if he held a grudge against Nixon after serving time in prison even the president was pardoned, Martínez said in Spanish: "Never. A president with that responsibility is not going to be aware of some Cubans." Martínez died in 2021. González rarely gave interviews about Watergate. But on the 25th anniversary of the break-in, he told The ...

  6. Jun 16, 2022 · Nixon did not; he resigned. A Time magazine cover in the museum shows a younger Nixon, after his 1972 landslide victory: the new president, a bit sweaty, fingers raised in a V-sign, big grin.

  7. Jun 27, 2022 · John Dean, former White House counsel for the Nixon administration, speaks with CNN Opinion about how Watergate shaped his own life, why it continues to be a durable metaphor for corruption in ...

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