U.S. President Nixon talks about his future goals during his speech on the Watergate scandal in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1973, April 30 Duration:3 min 0 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Richard Nixon discusses his future goals during a speech on the Watergate scandal in Washington DC. The President talks about the importance of his office, the nation, and it's people. He mentions the renewed bombing of North Vietnam. He reads his goals for the nation. They are: to make it possible for the children to live in peace, make the country a land of opportunities, to provide jobs, to establish a climate of decency, to make America a land for a person to dare and live his dreams, for all to be proud of the United States. He states that to achieve these goals they have to dedicate themselves to maintaining the integrity of the White House.
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