U.S. President Richard Nixon gives his resignation speech from his office in the White House, Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1974, August 8 Duration:16 min 15 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Richard Nixon delivers his resignation speech from his office in the White House, Washington DC. President Nixon delivers his speech sitting in his office. He mentions his declining support due to the Watergate matter. He insists need for a full time President and Congress. He recalls the difficult conditions America faces at home and abroad. He expresses his faith in Gerald Ford as the President of the U.S. Nixon recalls the achievements of his five and half year tenure as U.S. President. He repeats the goal of America for a lasting world peace and betterment of conditions of poor people all over the world.
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