Richard Nixon

“Something similar is needed now," said the famed Watergate reporter.
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“We need to stand up and say, ‘Black lives matter,’” said the senator and 2012 GOP presidential nominee, one of the few prominent Republicans to support the protests.
Trump vows to restore "law and order" amid civil unrest, as Nixon did 52 years ago. But the problems aren't the same and neither is the electorate.
President Donald Trump says he learned a very important lesson from fellow impeached president Richard Nixon: Don’t fire people.
The president made his head-turning comment in an interview about the Russia investigation.
Jill Wine-Banks told MSNBC's Lawrence O'Donnell why Trump “is a much more existential threat to democracy” than Nixon.
"They know that more damning evidence is likely to come out," the Ohio Democrat wrote in a New York Times op-ed.
“Somewhere, Richard Nixon is smiling," Andrew Napolitano wrote about Trump's acquittal.