Address to the Nation About the Watergate Investigations
Richard Nixon

President Nixon presents the facts that have so far been laid out for all the public to know. He announces the resignation of a few men under his administration who were allegedly part of the Watergate scandal and promises the people that he himself will take full responsibility in uncovering the truth to bring trust back to the White House.

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Richard Nixon: Address to the Nation About the Watergate Investigations

April 30, 1973 (almost 47 years ago)

President Nixon presents the facts that have so far been laid out for all the public to know. He announces the resignation of a few men under his administration who were allegedly part of the Watergate scandal and promises the people that he himself will take full responsibility in uncovering the...

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Richard Nixon: Remarks on Departure From the White House

August 9, 1974 (over 45 years ago)

President Nixon says good-bye to all those he is leaving in the Whitehouse. He shares inspiring words to each one that helps heal the wounds of departing and of disappointment.

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Richard Nixon: Address to the Nation About the Watergate Investigations II

August 15, 1973 (over 46 years ago)

President Richard Nixon once again addresses the issues concerning the Watergate scandal and pronounces his lack of information about the charges. Being President, he still reminds the people to take courage and look up to their elected officials for leadership in the country.

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Richard Nixon: Address to the Nation on Presidential Tape Recordings

April 29, 1974 (almost 46 years ago)

President Nixon gives his address regarding Watergate and the tape recording that he kept secret in order to protect the privacy of the conversations as part of the rights of a president to take counsel privately. He announces that all the recordings will be made public for the first time in all ...

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Bill Clinton: Response to the Lewinsky Allegations

January 26, 1998 (about 22 years ago)

President Bill Clinton denounces the allegations of his having sexual relations with Miss Lewinsky after discussing his plans for improvements to the state of education in the United States.

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Bill Clinton: Statement on His Testimony Before the Grand Jury

August 17, 1998 (over 21 years ago)

President Bill Clinton states his official testimony to the grand jury so that the public may know - and at the same time move on from - the obsession over his affair with Monica Lewinsky and focus on more important matters of concern to the progress of the nation.

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