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‘He’ll be in contempt either way’: Former Watergate prosecutor explains why Bannon will be forced to talk

11 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Ousted White House chief strategist Steve Bannon’s claims of executive privilege run counter to judicial rulings in the Watergate scandal that forced President Richard Nixon from office, MSNBC’s “All In” explained Wednesday. “The whole understanding of executive...

Donald Trump Echoes Richard Nixon: 'I Am Not A Racist'

After Trump's 'shithole' comment was reported on Thursday evening, a revolving non-denial/denial of excuses and subterfuge emerged before Trump came out to deny it two days later. Does Trump's denial remind you of anyone? On Sunday, Trump said, "I am not a racist. Show More Summary

Donald Trump is more dangerous than Richard Nixon, says Watergate lawyer John Dean

Donald Trump’s unpredictability makes him more dangerous than Richard Nixon, according to the former White House attorney who helped in the Watergate cover-up before co-operating with investigators against the only president to resign from office. Show More Summary

'The Post' proves Trump's methods are not new

Academy Award-winning screenwriter Josh Singer, who co-wrote "The Post," joins Lawrence O'Donnell to discuss how his film about Richard Nixon's attempt to...

Trump’s profanity delights supporters, horrifies etiquette experts

5 days agoNews : The Raw Story

From Lyndon Johnson and Richard Nixon through Barack Obama, Americans have gotten used to the idea of their presidents using profanity, but Donald Trump’s use of the word “shithole” to describe Haiti and Africa this week sparked a storm of protest. The countries offended condemned...

Trump's 'madman' rhetoric may have scared N. Korea to talks: analysts

US President Donald Trump's notoriously threatening rhetoric towards nuclear-armed North Korea -- which has drawn comparisons with Richard Nixon's "madman theory" of diplomacy -- may deserve some credit for bringing Pyongyang to talks, analysts have said. Show More Summary

President Trump is a pig. In the best sense of the word.

WASHINGTON — Richard Nixon will forever be remembered for his November 1973 protest: “I am not a crook.” Donald Trump, likewise, may be recorded in history for the assertion he made over the weekend to a skeptical nation: I am not an idiot. The commander in chief volunteered an unexpected defense of his intellect and [...]Show More Summary

Stable Genius (Cartoon and Column)

When people think of crooked presidents, they think of Richard Nixon (for now). When they think of philandering presidents, they think of Bill Clinton (who replaced JFK). When they think of insane, mentally unstable, looney toons, mentally...Show More Summary

How Richard Nixon and Jolene Unsoeld Gave Seattle the Power to Open Big Tech's Ad Books

A brief history of an amazing woman (and era). by Eli Sanders In 1972, five months after the Watergate break-in, Washington State voters approved Initiative 276 to help expose the role of money in elections. That law, which we're still using today, was championed by the remarkable Jolene Unsoeld. Show More Summary

Trump New Approval Ratings Show He's the Least Popular President to Enter a Second Year in Office and It's Not Even Close

last weekNews : Newsweek: US

Richard Nixon, who went on to be impeached, had an approval rating of 63 percent in January 1970, much higher than Trump's support as he enters his second year in office.

The week ahead in L.A. classical music, Jan. 7-14, 2018: Itzak Perlman, Camerata Pacifica and more

Nixon Library Sunday Concerts Members of Chamber Music OC’s young-artist program perform. Richard M. Nixon Library, 18001 Yorba Linda Blvd., Yorba Linda. Sun., next Sun., 2 p.m. Free. (714) 993-5075. Organ Recital Early-music ensemble Tesserae presents organist Liuwe Tamminga performing works...

Tricky Don: Chasing Nixon's paranoid path

last weekNews : NY Daily News

Though President Trump’s turn at the tiller may not wind up looking anything like Richard Nixon’s, similarities between the two

Jim Kunstler Warns "Ill Winds Are Blowing"

Authored by James Howard Kunstler via, "Fire & Fury" It’s told that Richard Nixon, during the endgame weeks of Watergate, wandered the west wing hallways in the wee hours, fueled on scotch whiskey, conversing with portraits of notable Americans, including many of his predecessors. Show More Summary

“Fire and Fury”

It’s told that Richard Nixon, during the endgame weeks of Watergate, wandered the west wing hallways in the wee hours, fueled on scotch whiskey, conversing with portraits of notable Americans, including many of his predecessors. “Whaddaya say, Millard? Should The post “Fire and Fury” was originally published at The Wall Street Examiner. Follow the money!

Is Trump Having a Nixon Moment After Bannon Called Russia Meeting 'Treasonous'?

In the impeachment proceedings of President Richard Nixon, a former senior aide's revelations were a key turning point.

‘We’ve seen this before’: Presidential historian compares Trump’s ‘Deep State’ conspiracy to Nixon’s attacks on CIA

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

President Donald Trump’s latest attacks on a law-enshrined American institution has once again garnered him comparisons to President Richard Nixon. “We have seen this before,” Presidential historian Tim Naftali said on a Tuesday night CNN panel about Trump’s tweet slamming...

Ex-White House counsel: Devin Nunes may be violating the Constitution with his ‘secret’ mission to expose FBI ‘corruption’

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

John Dean, the White House counsel for President Richard Nixon credited as a part of the latter’s demise, has reportedly been brushing up on his Constitution after learning about the most recent maneuvers of House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes (R-CA). As Politico reported Tuesday, Dean...

Watergate witness: Trump too stupid to be like Nixon

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

A key witness in the Watergate investigation has suggested Donald Trump is too inept to attempt to abuse the system like Richard Nixon because he has no idea how it works. John Dean, the former White House counsel under Nixon, said in an interview with Politico published Tuesday that he believes...

Former Bush ethics lawyer rails against Trump: ‘I think he picked the wrong country to be the president of’

2 weeks agoNews : The Raw Story

During a panel discussion with former George W. Bush’s ethics lawyer Richard Painter and former White House counsel under Richard Nixon, John Dean, the two men couldn’t resist mocking President Donald Trump’s 30-minute long babbling interview with the New York Times. “I...

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