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September 09, 2007

Fred and Hillary

Just a thought.

The Watergate hearings of 1973 first brought him to prominence.

Summoned to Washington as an assistant counsel to the committee investigating President Richard Nixon, he remembers being torn between his ideological loyalty to Nixon and his rising suspicion that the president was, indeed, a crook.

Wasn't Hillary also involved in Watergate (as a lawyer, I hasten to add)? Be interesting if these two ended up running against each other, eh?

September 9, 2007 in Politics | Permalink


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