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One month later, Nixon's VP Spiro Agnew stepped down, paving the way for Gerald Ford to take his position and eventually become president.
In 1969, speaking in Des Moines, Iowa, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew accused network television news departments of bias and distortion, ...

It would be the most shocking example of high-level White House (or White House transition) corruption since Vice President Spiro Agnew was ...
It would be the most shocking example of high-level White House (or White House transition) corruption since Vice President Spiro Agnew was ...
He turned his vice president, Spiro Agnew, into an anti-media attack dog, who hit the mark in a series of hard-edged speeches. "Nattering ...
In 1969, speaking in Des Moines, Iowa, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew accused network television news departments of bias and distortion, ...

Mr. Scully, you and I were both around during the '60s, when Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew attempted to characterize young men and ...
In the final days of Richard Nixon's administration, people had the same concerns about Vice President Spiro Agnew, who was under ...
Just as it did during the Watergate era when Richard Nixon and Spiro Agnew specialized in it, such blame-the-media rhetoric ought to make the ...
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew's visit to Minot in September 1970 was ... 1970, edition was located with Vice President Spiro Agnew greeting ...
Not like Honest Spiro Agnew. @RealTrickyDick (at 6:58 a.m.): People are saying Nixon is going to win all 50 states. Lots of talk that Ghastly ...
After President Richard Nixon and Vice President Spiro Agnew were both removed from office for malfeasance, Jimmy Carter barely eked out a ...
London is a retired partner for the law firm Paul, Weiss, Rifkind, Wharton & Garrison and the author of The Client Decides; he was a principal ...
Vice President Spiro Agnew blows his whistle at the New York state Fairgrounds during a speech in 1972. He carried the whistle around to try ...
Since 1966, there have only been three Republican governors -- Spiro Agnew, Robert Ehrlich and Hogan. And no GOP governor has been ...
During the Nixon impeachment threat in the 1970s, V.P. Spiro Agnew was already removed from office for accepting illegal financial kickbacks, ...
Vice President Spiro Agnew, before being forced to resign from office after allegations of tax fraud, speaking to the California Republican State ...

In 1973, President Richard Nixon nominated House minority leader Gerald R. Ford of Michigan to succeed Spiro T. Agnew as vice president.
In 1973, President Richard Nixon nominated House minority leader Gerald R. Ford of Michigan to succeed Spiro T. Agnew as vice president.
In 1973, President Richard Nixon nominated House minority leader Gerald R. Ford of Michigan to succeed Spiro T. Agnew as vice president.
Flanked by secret Service agents, Spiro Agnew leaves court on Oct. 10, 1973. ... In 1973, Vice President Spiro T. Agnew, accused of accepting ...
Mears describes how Pyle beat all others in reporting the resignation of disgraced Vice President Spiro Agnew. He says they got word Agnew ...
Collectors will also be interested in coin sets, a Coca-Cola cast metal toy 1964 Ford Mustang and a Spiro Agnew clock. From our crats persons ...
He had the pleasure of not only meeting but flying Vice President Spiro Agnew over war torn areas and was present at the invasion of Saigon ...
It was one of the most unusual developments to ever hit the nation's highest office, after Vice President Spiro Agnew and later President ...
A couple days later he was talking with Lincoln police about plans to protest Vice President Spiro Agnew's appearance at the University of ...
In 1996, former Vice President Spiro T. Agnew died in Berlin, Maryland, at age 77. In 1997, a U.N. helicopter slammed into a fog-shrouded ...
On August 7, 1973, the Wall Street Journal published a startling story: Spiro Agnew, elected in 1968 as Richard Nixon's Vice-President, was ...
Vice President Mike Pence's decision to hire his own lawyer for the special counsel investigation into alleged ties between Donald Trump's ...
Spiro Agnew said journalists were "nattering nabobs of negativism" (a precursor to "fake news?") and a new word was introduced into the lexicon after presidential candidate John Kerry was "swiftboated.
The essay excoriated the organization, a club frequented by Washington journalists and politicians, for applauding gross displays of racial offensiveness - including a sketch that featured Vice President Spiro T. Agnew singing ''Dixie'' as a tribute ...
The essay excoriated the organization, a club frequented by Washington journalists and politicians, for applauding gross displays of racial offensiveness - including a sketch that featured Vice President Spiro T. Agnew singing "Dixie" as a tribute to ...
... the House; his similar complaint against then-Congresswoman Geraldine Ferraro helped to discredit her in the 1984 presidential election; and a law suit he orchestrated forced former vice president Spiro T. Agnew to return the money he had taken in ...
The U.S. Senate had approved the pipeline on a 77-20 vote on July 17, 1973, after Nixon's Vice President, Spiro Agnew, cast a vote to break a 49-49 tie on a measure that immunized the privately built pipeline from further court challenges: that vote, ...
I suppose selling oneself to the highest bidder is not so different than cheating, lying and committing fraud on one's tax returns to enrich oneself.
At a meeting of NSC officials, Vice President Spiro Agnew recommended that the administration stop "pussyfooting," and Nixon, not to be outdone at manly chest-beating, expanded the scope of the invasion.
THE PRESS. President Trump has mounted an all-out assault on the mainstream media, an attack even stronger than the one mounted by President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew at the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s.
A Burlington Northern employee appreciation ring for employment - silver band/green gem, valued at $25; a Spiro Agnew novelty watch from 1970's cartoon, with a picture of Spiro Agnew - white face, red/white/blue band, valued at $20; and a commemorative ...
25) ignited an alliterative 1970 flashback and spirited ClimateScare response - "Nattering Nabobs of Negativism" (Denier) from Jill Wintersteen on March 4. ("Nattering Nabobs" was coined by wordsmith William Safire for a 1970 Spiro Agnew speech).
"He's certainly not Spiro Agnew. And he's not Dick Cheney. But he's no Mondale. Or Gore. I mean that in a process way as much as philosophically.
Long ago the former United States Vice-President Spiro Agnew said: "If you've seen one city slum, you've seen them all" as his excuse for shirking that task - not politically correct even then (and the Maryland Republican lost his job for other ...
Richard Nixon, with Watergate looming and Vice President Spiro Agnew forced to resign in an unrelated scandal, chose Gerald Ford under the 25th amendment to become Vice President.
Alongside the unspooling Watergate scandal, U.S. attorneys in Baltimore had the goods on Spiro Agnew, the sitting vice president.
The Congress is divided as seldom before. Donald J. Trump is remaking the profile of the presidency. The press is under attack. The notion of free speech on campus is under siege.
Remember the nattering nabobs of negativity with Spiro Agnew? This is a page right out of Nixon's playbook. And it works because it's fun to hate the press.
Every so often there is a remembrance piece about Richard Nixon's stay in Montauk. But what about the Village of Westhampton Beach?
The amendment came into play six years after being ratified when Vice President Spiro Agnew resigned after being charged with corrupt dealings when he was governor of Maryland.
Trump has mounted an all-out assault on the mainstream media, an attack even stronger than the one mounted by President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew at the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s. Each president since ...
In a two-panel cartoon published in Class war Comix, Nixon wonders how to react to a phony newspaper article that accuses Vice President Spiro T. Agnew of killing thousands by flatulence. "We're in serious trouble, Spiggy," a fretful Nixon says ...
THE PRESS. President Trump has mounted an all-out assault on the mainstream media, an attack even stronger than the one mounted by President Richard M. Nixon and Vice President Spiro T. Agnew at the end of the 1960s and the beginning of the 1970s.


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