Sex, drugs, money, power, you name it and there is a scandal for it, but
             look back and you will see that from all the scandals there have been,
             Watergate was among the worst. The Watergate scandal had everything.
             From Nixon disgracing the presidency by lying to the country and abusing
             his power, to his committees being involved in illegal acts and a big cover up.
             All leading to little side roads of corruption and lies. Watergate is by far one
             of the worst presidential scandals in the history of the United States.
             In the story of Watergate, five burglars were found breaking into
             democratic offices at the Watergate complex in Washington DC. The
             break-in was passed off as just another burglary, but when the burglars were
             found to have connections with the CIA, questions were starting to be asked.
             Then when the phone number of Howard Hunt was found in one of the
             burglars phone books, it made people think, "Why would one of the burglars
             have the phone number of one of the presidents men?" Then there is Richard
             Nixon, the man of the hour, plays the role of the president of the United
             States of America. The man that was voted into office by the people, and the
             man that swore to serve the people. When Watergate was uncovered, it
             revealed that the president was a liar and a cheat. The president lied to our
             country, lied about his involvement, concealed self incriminating evidence,
             abused his power, and planed to have the CIA stop the FBI investigations.
             He was also deeply involved with the cover up and still lied about his
             During the times of the unraveling of Watergate, questions were asked
             about connections with the White House and the president, but when the
             president was asked about it at a press conference he assured Americans that
             "The White House has no involvement whatever in this particular incident."
             He was lying to the country li...

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