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  1. Nixon's resignation was the culmination of what he referred to in his speech as the "long and difficult period of Watergate", a 1970s federal political scandal stemming from the break-in of the Democratic National Committee (DNC) headquarters at the Watergate Office Building by five men during the 1972 presidential election and the Nixon ...

  2. Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was the 37th president of the United States, serving from 1969 to 1974.Known as Richard M. Nixon for most of his career, he was a member of the Republican Party who previously served as a representative and senator from California and was the 36th vice president from 1953 to 1961.

  3. Around the country, there were calls for Nixon to resign. At 9pm on the evening of August 8, 1974, Nixon delivered a nationally televised resignation speech. The next morning, he made his final remarks to the White House staff before sending his resignation letter to the Secretary of State, Dr. Henry Kissinger. MORE

  4. Nov 24, 2009 · In an evening televised address on August 8, 1974, President Richard M. Nixon announces his intention to become the first president in American history to resign.

  5. Nixon announced his resignation on August 8, 1974, to take effect at noon the next day. In his inaugural address, incoming President Gerald R. Ford declared, "Our long national nightmare is over." One month later, he granted Richard Nixon a full pardon.

  6. Jul 23, 2021 · The meme claimed: “In 1969, a drunk Richard Nixon ordered a nuclear strike on North Korea for shooting down a spy plane. Henry Kissinger, National Security Advisor for Nixon at the time, also ...

  7. Jun 13, 2022 · When Americans woke up on June 17, 1972, they knew President Richard M. Nixon was cruising to a likely reelection. He had withstood the embarrassing leak of the Pentagon Papers the year before ...

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