Richard Nixon

Audio of the president trying to persuade a Georgia official to change election results is "the ultimate smoking gun tape," the Watergate journalist said.
The president has already floated the idea on a number of occasions.
From diverse new leaders to drugs reform, there are some glimmers of hope amid the current mess.
Nick Akerman says there's only one thing protecting the president from indictment at the moment.
Top Republicans worry that if his status becomes dire, he'll take the party down with him. Others worry he wouldn’t stop with just the party.
The president's daughter tried to insert herself into a conversation between world leaders and it ended in... ridicule.
Former Eskom chairperson Zola Tsotsi blew open the innards of state capture in Parliament. The president needs to account.
History tells us presidents with maniacal intentions will plot to wield their power against domestic opponents.
The base wants it. Now a big-name funder does too.
For all of his manifest flaws, Nixon at least had an idea of what he was doing in the White House.