U.S. President Nixon talks about one of his goal during his speech on the Watergate issue in Washington DC.
Washington DC USA Date:1973, April 30 Duration:2 min 6 sec Sound:Yes
U.S. President Richard Nixon discusses his future goals regarding politics during a speech on the Watergate scandal in Washington DC. The President states that he has been in public life for more than 25 years. Politics, like any other calling, has both good and bad people. He mentions that majority of people in the Congress, the Federal Government and the state government are good. He believes that easy for people to fall in to shady tactics under the intense pressure of campaign. Both great parties are also guilty of these tactics in the past. He states that America, in its political campaign, must not fall again in such shady tactics. He urges both political party leaders and citizens to work upon new roles and procedures to ensure that the future elections would be free of such abuse. He states that this is his goal but he wants to make it America's goal.
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