The National Museum of African American History and Culture has opened its doors. New hotels including the Trump International and the Watergate have opened. And this year, the prestigious Michelin guide will start rating D.C. restaurants.
Apparently, USA Today doesn’t view Hillary Clinton’s long past full of scandals (e-mails, Clinton Foundation, Watergate, Monica Lewinsky, her defending an accused child rapist) as a reason to disqualify her. But, they said to not vote for Donald Trump due to his divisive rhetoric and remarks toward various people of American society.
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America wasn't exactly a paradise when Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier clashed inside and outside the ring in the early 1970s. It was the era of Watergate and the Vietnam War, of oil embargoes and a crippling recession. President Gerald...Show More Summary
Jones—who became a target of the CIA because he searched for the truth—this week spoke out for the first time. He has been a key force in the disclosure of a scandal that one senator compared to Watergate.
Late in 1974, somebody (possibly still drunk from our long, national, Watergate bender) thought Harlan Ellison's post-apocalytic, science-fiction/horror/black comedy novella, "A Boy and His Dog", would make a terrific movie. It hit America's...Show More Summary
The release of a 42-year-old Central Intelligence Agency history of its role in the Watergate break-in answered some old questions about the scandal and filled in some nagging gaps, but it left some equally troubling questions unanswered. Judicial Watch, a conservative legal watchdog group,...
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CLIVE, Iowa -- Donald Trump attacked both Hillary Clinton and the Justice Department over her use of a private email server on Tuesday, saying that his Democratic rival's practices were more scandalous than Watergate and insisting that the Justice Department was tougher in investigating the explosive episode that brought down the presidency of Richard Nixon. […]
Washington Post fact checker Glenn Kessler gives a maximum Four Pinocchios to the claim that Hillary Clinton was fired during the Watergate inquiry, which has gotten a lot of circulation on social media. He makes a detailed case that there is no evidence for such a firing. Show More Summary
This week's episode of the Presidential podcast features investigative reporter Bob Woodward, who helped uncover the Watergate scandal that brought down Richard Nixon's presidency. Woodward examines the personal foibles he sees at the...Show More Summary
By the time the gravity of the situation had set in, nearly every office in the Watergate had been evacuated—except ours
Campaign 2016 updates: Ben Carson - Trump's past immigration rhetoric 'irrelevant' in general election Sept. 6, 2016, 7:24 p.m. Hillary Clinton castigates Donald Trump's campaign as 'one large insult to those who have worn the uniform'Republican Sen. Jeff Flake of Arizona continues to battle TrumpMichelle...
“As a 27 year old staff attorney for the House Judiciary Committee during the Watergate investigation, Hillary Rodham was fired by her supervisor, lifelong Democrat Jerry Zeifman.” — Internet meme that circulates constantly Several times a week, The Fact Checker receives some version of the above statement in our Twitter and Facebook feeds. We’ve usually […]
Judicial Watch lawsuit exposes direct CIA involvement along with Eugenio “Musculito” Martinez in Watergate scandal. This post Judicial Watch Uncovers CIA ‘Watergate History’ Report appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News...
Tim Kaine—Democratic vice-presidential candidate, Virginia senator, and America’s New Dad—recently drew comparisons between Donald Trump’s suggestion that Russia hack Hillary Clinton’s email and the 1972 Watergate scandal. Read more...
Hillary’s Vice Presidential running mate Senator Tim Kaine (D-VA) looked to dodge questions about stunning revelations in the FBI notes that show a concerted effort by the Clinton team to destroy evidence by renewing speculation that Trump is a secret Kremlin agent.
During a television interview, Mr. Kaine invoked the 1972 episode that led to President Richard M. Nixon’s resignation, saying, “This is serious business.”
WASHINGTON ? Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine compared rival Donald Trump’s comments on alleged Russian hacking to the Watergate scandal on Sunday. Intelligence officials have indicated that a July hack of the Democratic National Committee’s servers was the work of the Russian government. Show More Summary
Sen. Tim Kaine (D-Va.) said Donald Trump is encouraging a cyberattack by the Russian government akin to the Watergate break-in. Speaking on ABC News' “This Week with George Stephanopoulos" on Sunday, the Democratic vice presidentialShow More Summary