The Watergate Scandal and Richard M. Nixon
Later I will discuss events surrounding the discovery of the tapes and the Issues Involved In trying to get tapes? And What the 18 1/1 minutes of silence was all about and also a personality and their involvement and I chose John Dean. On August 9, 1974 Richard M. Nixon was still the President of the United States.
He was the first and only President who resigned office he turned in his A security guard by the name of Frank Willis alerted that there was a burglary of the Democratic Party National Committee on June 17, 1972.The irruption and scandal lead in Washington has taken a toll on the Senate, Vice- President and all parts of the Parties. The may not have never erupted. The investigation was heavily influenced by the media were by two reporters from the Washington post who really poured it on thick to make President Nixon look so guilty that it almost ruin him mentally as well as physically. Nixon was so frustrated with this that he had no other choice but to give up his right as the President.The one who took his place and that was the Vice-President and it was Gerald Ford, he redone Nixon and became the 38th President of the United States when Nixon resigned on August 9, 1974. He was the first Vice-President and President to ascend to both positions without being elected.
John Dean literately accused Nixon of being part of the break in and he also testified that Nixon was guilty and wanted him to be impeached about the Watergate and then he also implicated many administrative officials including himself was in connection. Later John Dean was charged with obstruction of injustice and spent four months in prison. , truly feel that Nixon should have not been impeached.