Watergate scandal

Robert Mueller "has provided this committee with a road map," the former Nixon White House counsel testified before the House Judiciary Committee.
The president dismissed the one-time counsel to President Richard Nixon as a "sleazebag."
Richard Nixon's "master manipulator" has harsh words for Trump's latest impeachment claim.
“What they did is attack the witness. That shows a certain weakness and it also showed a lot of concern by Republicans.”
"We have a president of the United States who lies .... serially, routinely, compulsively, such as never has happened in our modern history," he said.
The president would more likely have been an ally of Hitler than of Churchill, he tweeted.
The so-called Road Map could inform how special counsel Robert Mueller handles his investigation into the Trump campaign and Russia.
"Those closest to the president are saying we must save the country from the president,” says the former Watergate journalist.
The Supreme Court nominee praised U.S. v. Nixon as "one of the greatest moments in judicial history." But he hasn't always felt that way.
Watergate legend is calling on Republicans to stand up to the president.
Nick Akerman said lawyer Michael Cohen's deal means the president is in hot water.
"Self-preservation is a real motive," Dean said. "Trump throws almost everyone under the bus."
The Watergate scandal ended the Nixon presidency on Aug. 9, 1974.
The famed Watergate reporter's “Fear: Trump in the White House” will be published in September.
Some people who watched the 1976 movie on MSNBC saw parallels between the Watergate scandal and the investigation into the Russian role in the 2016 election.
He believes that "Michael Cohen is looking for a deal and he is upping the stakes.”
John Dean sees plenty of parallels between his old boss and President Trump.
“Hegel remarks somewhere that all great world-historic facts and personages appear, so to speak, twice. He forgot to add