"Nixon didn't have that kind of Department of Justice," John Dean said on Friday. "Nixon couldn't use the department as he wanted to."
The 97-year-old former secretary of state said peaceful relations between the U.S. and China could continue if policies were enacted to restrain China's dominance in the tech sector.
When Lauren Bell was young, she had no idea her father's personal safety advice would one day possibly save her life. She also could never have predicted that videos of her sharing such tips would make her a viral sensation on TikTok.
As some call for a boycott of the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics, more sports interaction could be helpful, like "Ping Pong Diplomacy" 50 years ago that helped thaw part of the Cold War.
Liddy is most famous for his involvement in the notorious Watergate burglary.
What began as a celebration of George Washington gradually expanding to honor all presidents.
"In the past, Congress has acknowledged and exercised its duty to not impeach when an official is no longer in office," Trump's legal team wrote in a pre-trial brief.
"We need people who will speak the truth," the former secretary of state said of congressional Republicans. "They are here for our country. They are not here simply to be re-elected again."
"Somebody ought to go up there and tell him it's over," Powell told 'Today' anchor Savannah Guthrie on Friday. "The plane's waiting for you, you're out."
Charlie Kirk, host of The Charlie Kirk Show on talk radio, and founder and president of the conservative organization Turning Point USA, claimed that then-Vice President Richard Nixon "rejected Hawaii's 'certified' election results" in 1960 "because of irregularities and fraud."
In 24 hours of historic events in 1972, Nixon took time to console Joe Biden over the deaths of his wife and daughter. The exchange resonates today as a lesson in graciousness, character, and bipartisanship, political historians say.
Speculation President Donald Trump could make another White House bid has grown as he continues to mount legal actions against the 2020 election outcome.
While the debates as we know them began in 1960, they may not have begun at all if it wasn't for a college student in 1956.
Donald Trump is the first president since Nixon to look at China with a new lens.
The Utah Republican senator continued offering his support for the George Floyd-inspired protests against racism and police brutality Saturday.
Trump has out-Nixoned Nixon. Barr has out-Nixoned Nixon's attorney general. And justice is too low a priority for the GOP to stand up to either of them.
John Dean served under Richard Nixon and helped cover up the Watergate scandal. Barr has issued a memo insisting he approve any investigation into a 2020 candidate.
"Do you remember America?" the video asked at the end.
John Dean, a member of former President Richard Nixon's White House Counsel said on Wednesday that President Donald Trump's lawyer Alan Dershowitz "unimpeached Richard Nixon" with his most recent arguments defending Trump.
Brokaw also claimed that America is a much more divided country than it was back in 1974 when legislators pursued impeachment against Nixon.
A scathing ad asks why Republicans won't fight President Trump for ignoring subpoenas from Congress, citing House GOP lawmakers who successfully stood their ground against former President Richard Nixon in 1974.
People keep asking me how this impeachment process compares with the two I experienced before. Here's my answer.
The former Massachusetts governor also said he believes members of the House have a duty to impeach the president.
Elizabeth Holtzman was on the House Judiciary Committee that adopted articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon.
Disinformation and deepfakes are especially acute concerns in the run-up to the 2020 presidential election.
Even if a subsequent president wanted to pardon Trump—in the interest of, say, domestic tranquility—she could not.
Support for impeaching and removing Trump is less substantial and more partisan than it was during Richard Nixon's presidency.
The former House Judiciary Committee member who voted to adopt articles of impeachment against President Richard Nixon noted "deep similarities" with Watergate case.
The House Speaker ridiculed the president for attacking the credibility of former U.S. ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and the whistleblower during testimony, cautioning him that such a move is a direct challenge to her leadership.