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  1. Watergate Trial Tapes. The Watergate Trial Conversations are excerpted Nixon White House tape conversations that were played in open court in U.S. v. Mitchell, et al. and U.S. v. Connally. The segments are a portion of the approximately 60 hours of tape subpoenaed by the Watergate Special Prosecution Force (WSPF).

  2. May 31, 2004 · The tapes were being reviewed in connection to the Watergate scandal. The tape in question was a recording of a conversation between Nixon and H. R. Haldeman taken in June, 1972. At a key passage, the voices on the tape became a buzzing, which persisted for approximately 18 1/2 minutes.

  3. Jun 29, 2021 · Newly Released Tapes Go Inside Nixon's White House During The Watergate Scandal King Richard author Michael Dobbs reconstructs how the scandal gradually engulfed more administration officials ...

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  5. Unfortunately for Nixon, over 200 hours of his recordings would be used against him for the Watergate Scandal. Reportedly, over 18 minutes of the final portions of the tape were wiped over. There are various theories as to why this happened. According to Nixon himself, the tapes were wiped by accident by an associate of his named Rose Mary Woods.

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    • “Going after all these Jews. Just find one that is a Jew, will you.” Nixon was furious when The New York Times wrote about the Pentagon Papers in June 1971.
    • “We really slobbered over that old witch.” In November 1971, Indira Gandhi visited the White House to discuss tensions between India and Pakistan. Nixon’s recorded conversations with National Security Advisor Henry Kissinger during that time reveal their clear disrespect for the first (and so far, only) female prime minister of India.
    • “Goddamn it, get in and get those files. Blow the safe and get it.” This quote isn’t an order from Nixon to break into the Watergate—it’s an order to break into the Brookings Institution, a think tank in Washington, D.C.
    • “To blackmail him.” Recommended for you. The Transcontinental Railroad's Dark Costs: Exploited Labor, Stolen Lands. The Dramatic NFL Championship Game Nearly the Entire Country Missed.
  6. Jun 14, 2017 · The Watergate tapes' infamous 18.5-minute gap and Nixon's secretary's unusual explanation for it. Rose Mary Woods testified she recorded over some of the tape by mistake.

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