Watergate scandal

Some Trump aides have suggested he follow the trail blazed by Texas Gov. Rick Perry and hold a post-booking press conference.
The Fox News host looked back at the Watergate scandal that Nixon himself once discussed on tape.
Former FBI agent Asha Rangappa cheekily suggested that reporters start replacing the suffix “-gate” with “-a-Lago” for all controversies moving forward.
“I think it would be horrible not to act on what is now blatantly obvious to anyone who has watched the hearings,” said Jill Wine-Banks.
Liddy, a former FBI agent and Army veteran, was convicted of conspiracy, burglary and illegal wiretapping for his role in the Watergate burglary.
Move over "Moscow Mitch." The Senate majority leader has a new mocking moniker thanks to the famed Watergate reporter.
CNN’s chief legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin also predicted a separate article of impeachment being added against Trump.
He was the first EPA administrator and later served a second stint at the agency, where he was hailed as "Mr. Clean." He resigned as Nixon's deputy attorney general.
Most Americans have been paying attention to the impeachment hearings, but relatively few were glued to their screens.
The Watergate reporter said Trump is “untruthful in ways and to an extent that had never been dreamed somebody holding the Oval Office could be."