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In this Wednesday, Oct. 5, 2016 photo, Tayron Santos cleans the newly-installed wall mural of former President Richard Nixon in the lobby area of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum in Yorba Linda, Calif. The museum will reopen Friday, Oct.
If that happens, and Mr. Silver gives odds of 76 percent that it will, Trump will go down in history as the next Richard Nixon who won Ohio in 1960 but didn't become president. That's quite a feat, even for someone like Donald Trump who defied all odds ...

It cited a cable sent a week earlier about a plan for the planes being used to shoot down Castro's plane upon its return to Cuba following his first trip to the United States after taking power, when he met with then-Vice President Richard Nixon. "The ...
In 1960, a back and forth battle between Democratic nominee John F. Kennedy and Republican nominee Richard Nixon was famously won by 84 electoral votes and an incredibly slim popular vote.

The nine presidents McClanahan accuses of "screwing up America" by violating their presidential oaths are Andrew Jackson, Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Woodrow Wilson, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Harry S. Truman, Lyndon Johnson, Richard Nixon, ...
Energy independence has been a goal of every president since Richard Nixon. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have very different ways to achieve it.
The first, titled "student leaders: impeach Nixon" discussed a joint statement from student body presidents from NC State, UNC-Chapel Hill, UNC-Greensboro and Duke to North Carolina representatives, urging for the impeachment of President Richard Nixon ...
The president can instruct the attorney general to do anything, as we learned from Watergate [referring to the instance in which President Richard Nixon ordered attorney general Elliott Richardson to fire Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox, and ...
But the sharpest attack came from former Attorney General Eric Holder, who compared Trump's threat to actions taken by President Richard Nixon at the height of the Watergate scandal. "So @realDonaldTrump will ORDER his AG to take certain actions," ...
On Oct. 9, 1952, Sen. Richard M. Nixon, Republican candidate for vice president and running mate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, brought his campaign to central Pennsylvania.
Or perhaps the final stage of Richard Nixon's Watergate downfall, though even in his failings Nixon was a vastly more serious figure than the showman Trump.
Losing support from his own party was part of what led to President Richard Nixon's resignation as the Watergate scandal worsened.
Commenting on Trump's fist-raising gesture, former presidential advisor to Richard Nixon (as well as Gerald Ford, Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton) David Gergen marveled of Trump, "In his head, he thinks he can turn around" calling it very similar to ...
The name itself likely stems from William Casey, an aide to GOP candidate Richard Nixon, who used it in a private conversation with Nixon about President Lyndon Johnson's engineering of a last-minute peace treaty with North Vietnam to give Democratic ...

In 1971, President Richard Nixon designated Columbus Day the second Monday in October. Opposition to this federal holiday started as early as the 19th century, when anti-immigrant groups rejected its association with Catholicism.
7, 1974, the two Republican congressional leaders and party patriarch Barry Goldwater met with Richard Nixon in the Oval Office to tell the beleaguered president that it was over.
NBC4's Conan Nolan talks with the grandson of President Richard M. Nixon--Christopher Nixon Cox-- on the $15-million renovation of the Nixon Library in Yorba Linda.
Woodward said the biggest regret in his journalistic career is that at one time he thought Ford granted a pardon to President Richard Nixon in exchange for Nixon's assurance he would resign in the wake of the Watergate scandal. Instead, Woodward later ...
Evangelist Billy Graham, center, and President Richard Nixon, right, survey the capacity crowd of more than 65,000 attending Graham's crusade at Neyland Stadium on the campus of the University of Tennessee, May 28, 1970.
Richard Nixon's great skill as a campaigner was his ability to look into a television camera and make statements that he knew to be false.
After 25 years, the Richard Nixon Presdential Library in Yorba Linda, CA is undergoing a $15 million renovation to its indoor exhibits.
"Richard Nixon released tax returns when he was under audit," Kaine said. Kaine often invokes Nixon in calling for Donald Trump to release his tax returns.
John Ransom Phillips' feature debut imagines a series of meetings between Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy (hence the gay porn-sounding title) and their fathers, Frank Nixon and Joseph Kennedy.
former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger and former California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger will turn out Oct. 14 for the reopening of the newly renovated Richard Nixon Presidential Library & Museum in Yorba Linda. The 26-year-old library received a ...
Richard Nixon, a president understood by few and held in distaste by many, has become the subject of Whittier's first piece of public art.
former Secretary of State Henry Kissinger, ex- California governors Pete Wilson and Arnold Schwarzenegger and members of Richard Nixon's family will be on hand when the remodeled library and museum in the 37th president's name reopens next month.
Richard Nixon and Satan take center stage in South Florida theaters. Privacy Policy. Here is what's happening this week on South Florida theater stages.
Philadelphia (CBS) - As luck would have it, the first ever presidential debate between a man and a woman falls on the anniversary of the first televised debate, which pitted then-Vice President Richard Nixon against Senator John F. Kennedy. Although ...
John Kennedy, left and Republican Richard Nixon, right, as they debated campaign issues at a Chicago television studio on Sept.
is the same: because Richard Nixon and John F. Kennedy wanted it that way. Every political junkie knows the modern era of presidential debating began with Kennedy and Nixon in 1960, but a lesser-known fact about those events is that the TV and radio ...
The election of 1960 is a different story. The first debate between Vice President Richard Nixon and Sen. John F. Kennedy - 56 years ago today - featured a pasty, sweating Vice President Nixon and a tan, smiling Senator Kennedy.
Tonight's first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump falls on the anniversary of the most famous debate in American history: the first Richard Nixon/John F. Kennedy faceoff. Held 56 years ago tonight, it was the first presidential debate ...
The most powerful man in the world, Richard Nixon, walked away from his office in part because he deleted eighteen and a half minutes of tape which were under subpoena and the Washington Post went into a two-and-a-half-year frenzy.
In 1960, Richard Nixon had served as the Republican vice president for eight years after six years in Congress. Senator John Kennedy had served in Congress for 14 years, but was only 43 years old with a youthful appearance and image.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will debate at Hofstra University on Monday. Coincidentally, the first televised presidential debate took place 56 years ago to the day, between Sen. John F. Kennedy and Vice President Richard Nixon. Time flies when the ...
Vice President Richard Nixon had earlier injured his knee while on the campaign trail. When it became infected, Nixon was hospitalized for two weeks, during which time he lost twenty pounds.
For months now, Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump have been sparring at each other from afar. On Monday they'll do it face to face, on a stage at Hofstra University on Long Island in New York.
Twice, presidents' love of dogs has helped them dodge criticism.
First 1960 Kennedy-Nixon Televised Debate: A Recap. U.S. News summarized in 1960 what John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon said during the first televised presidential-election debate.
... (CNN) The super PAC funded by two major Republican donors, the Adelson and Ricketts families, is beginning its first advertising push since it relaunched with a searing new spot comparing Hillary Clinton to a Republican president: Richard Nixon.
1960: Seventy million viewers watched the first televised American presidential debate, which pitted Republican Vice President Richard Nixon against Democratic nominee John F. Kennedy. Nixon was recovering from a hospital visit and had a 5-o'clock ...
Jeffrey Frank on the first debate between John F. Kennedy and Richard Nixon, and the upcoming debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Nearly 45 years after President Richard Nixon signed the bill that would be called his war on cancer, cancer is still right behind heart disease as the leading cause of death in the United States.
Greetings from your thirty-seventh president, Richard Nixon. During the last Dead Presidents' Society meeting, Washington mentioned writing a letter to you from all of us.
Year of protest. Year of insurgency. Year of a pivotal election: Republican Richard Nixon versus Democrat Hubert Humphrey. I decide that Nixon and Humphrey are indistinguishable, and I refuse to vote.
For example, Richard Nixon helped Dwight Eisenhower win California in 1952, after the state had gone Democratic for five previous elections.
Spiro Agnew is remembered for pleading no contest to tax evasion charges related to bribery and resigning as Richard Nixon's vice president. But his signal political achievement was igniting a campaign that endured for more than four decades painting ...


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