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Such presidential anger requires a focal point: For Nixon, it included special counsel Archibald Cox and former White House counsel John Dean; for Clinton, .... Once certain transcripts were made public, Nixon lawyer Leonard Garment worried that the president had "allowed America into the ugliness of his ...
"It really incensed me," Barbra Streisand recalls. "Who was this person who was judging us like that?" "Oh, sure, I was angry at him, because I know a lot of these people," says Shirley MacLaine. "I know how serious they are about their feelings." The cause of all this Hollywood hand-wringing? None other than Leon ...

Forty percent of Americans, according to one recent poll, think President Donald Trump's scandals are as serious as Watergate -- the scandal that presidentially disappeared Richard M. Nixon 40 years ago. This means roughly 75 percent of Democrats (though only 7 percent of Republicans) have been ...
There are investigations by two congressional panels and, like Watergate, a special counsel. For David Erdman, a Charlotte lawyer who was a committee staffer back in 1973, Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey recalled Nixon's firing of Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox. "It seemed like the Saturday ...
According to WIRED, "his firing came after another Dickstein partner, Leonard Garment, met with Arnold Burns, then- deputy attorney general of the DOJ. [Garment] testified before a Senate inquiry that he and Meese discussed the Inslaw case in October 1986, and afterward he met with Burns. Two days ...
the White House chief of staff, Alexander Haig, then told the Deputy Attorney General, William Ruckelshaus, to fire Cox, informing him, "Your ... As the Watergate scandal grew in intensity, the White House counsel, Leonard Garment, began to see Nixon "as a climbing man, scaling his way up, rung by rung, ...

The news of Leonard Garment's death the other day, at the age of eighty-nine, made me turn back to a conversation that we'd had on a winter day, nearly five years ago. I'd begun researching a book on ... But I was more interested in his portrait of Nixon as a Wall Street lawyer. If Nixon had one real friend at ...
Leonard Garment, a Wall Street litigator who was a top adviser to President Richard M. Nixon at the height of the Watergate scandal and who went on to ... As White House counsel, Mr. Garment played a central role in some of Watergate's highest drama, discouraging Nixon from destroying White House ...
Such presidential anger requires a focal point: For Nixon, it included special counsel Archibald Cox and former White House counsel John Dean; for Clinton, .... Once certain transcripts were made public, Nixon lawyer Leonard Garment worried that the president had "allowed America into the ugliness of his ...
Opening night, Mel and I sat beside Leonard Garment, Ned Rorem, and Gary ... "This," I replied to Len, "coming from Richard Nixon's lawyer.
... shrewdly on matters foreign and domestic and gives sage counsel to the vice ..... among such friends as novelist Larry McMurtry and lawyer Leonard Garment, ...
My late husband, Leonard Garment, who then White House counsel, ... Suzanne Garment, a lawyer, is the author of "Scandal: The culture of ...
"What if Adams should die and Eisenhower becomes president of the United States?" went a popular wisecrack among political insiders in the mid-1950s. The reference was to Sherman Adams, a stern, no-nonsense former governor and congressman from New Hampshire whom Ike appointed as White ...
He would later serve as North Carolina's attorney general. ... For David Erdman, a Charlotte lawyer who was a committee staffer back in 1973, ... Sam Ervin and committee counsel Sam Dash on the Senate Watergate Committee. ... the White House by Nixon advisers Leonard Garment and Charles Wright.
... few times Terry played in the Catskills resorts, the band included his sax-playing school chum, future White House counsel Leonard Garment.
According to WIRED, "his firing came after another Dickstein partner, Leonard Garment, met with Arnold Burns, then- deputy attorney general of ...
The Attorney General, Elliot L. Richardson, resigned when he was ... the White House counsel, Leonard Garment, began to see Nixon "as a ...

The news of Leonard Garment's death the other day, at the age of ... But I was more interested in his portrait of Nixon as a Wall Street lawyer.
Leonard Garment, Lawyer and Nixon Adviser During Watergate, Dies at 89 ... As White House counsel, Mr. Garment played a central role in some of ... among them Attorney General Edwin Meese III and Robert C. Mcfarlane, ...
They had sent Nixon's lawyer Fred Buzhardt back to ask the president ...... Attorney General William Saxbe, directly across from the president, interrupted. .... As Haig left, he ran into Leonard Garment, the staff counsel who had ...
... pad"--the "closest friend" he had, according to Leonard Garment, Nixon's former ... It was he who ordered acting Attorney General William D.
He would later serve as North Carolina's attorney general. ... For David Erdman, a Charlotte lawyer who was a committee staffer back in 1973, ... Sam Ervin and committee counsel Sam Dash on the Senate Watergate Committee. ... the White House by Nixon advisers Leonard Garment and Charles Wright.
... few times Terry played in the Catskills resorts, the band included his sax-playing school chum, future White House counsel Leonard Garment.
According to WIRED, "his firing came after another Dickstein partner, Leonard Garment, met with Arnold Burns, then- deputy attorney general of ...
The Attorney General, Elliot L. Richardson, resigned when he was ... the White House counsel, Leonard Garment, began to see Nixon "as a ...
Stephens quotes Nixon's executive counsel Leonard Garment, who said Henry Kissinger told him that "if the chance comes your way, convey ...
The U.S. Attorney's office for the Southern District of New York ... over the next decade, including former Nixon attorney Leonard Garment and ... an East German lawyer who specialized in shuttling spies into and ..... Clinton tells Dozoretz, "I want to do it and am trying to get around the White House counsel.
The news of Leonard Garment's death the other day, at the age of ... But I was more interested in his portrait of Nixon as a Wall Street lawyer.
The news of Leonard Garment's death the other day, at the age of ... But I was more interested in his portrait of Nixon as a Wall Street lawyer.
Leonard Garment, Lawyer and Nixon Adviser During Watergate, Dies at 89 ... As White House counsel, Mr. Garment played a central role in some of ... He often represented powerful figures in trouble, among them Attorney ...
They point to the Jews in his inner circle - Henry Kissinger, William Safire and Leonard Garment, to name a few (although there's a long conversation in which Nixon and Haldeman discuss Kissinger's Jewish "insecurity").
They point to the Jews in his inner circle - Henry Kissinger, William Safire and Leonard Garment, to name a few (although there's a long conversation in which Nixon and Haldeman discuss Kissinger's Jewish "insecurity").
Stephens quotes Nixon's executive counsel Leonard Garment, who said Henry Kissinger told him that "if the chance comes your way, convey the impression that Nixon is somewhat 'crazy' - immensely intelligent, well-organized and experienced, to be sure, ...
Leonard Garment, his White House counsel, was Jewish. Nixon speech-writers William Safire and Ben Stein were both Jewish.
Indeed, in late 1971 Attorney General John Mitchell, soon to head the re-election committee, and White House Chief of Staff H. R. "Bob" Haldeman concluded that G. Gordon Liddy should be hired to lead an espionage program against the Democrats.
In fact, the Rich legal team viewed Hillary as a "secret weapon," and as one door after another closed on their search for a pardon they focused more and more on invoking what Rich lawyer Robert Fink called the "HRC option." Who is Marc ... Humiliated ...
Leonard Garment, an influential Washington lawyer and lobbyist representing two men who had been tortured in Saudi jails, tried to persuade Congress to amend the law to allow them to sue.
Leonard Garment, an influential Washington lawyer and lobbyist representing two men who had been tortured in Saudi jails, tried to persuade Congress to amend the law to allow them to sue.
In his acceptance speech, Nixon talked about law and order, still a favorite Republican trope, and about getting a new, tougher Attorney General, but Manafort may find more promising material in Nixon's 1968 campaign ads, one of which expertly ...
The National Jazz Museum was founded in 1997 by Leonard Garment, who was both counsel to President Nixon and a professional jazz musician.
While he did have Jews working for him (William Safire, Leonard Garment and Henry Kissinger) Nixon's anti-Semitic comments are a matter of public record.


 

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