The President's Men
Nixon's twisted web of loyalties spanned the White House, The CIA, and the Committee to Re-Elect the President (CRP) and included a wide array of players. However, in this section we will take a look at just a few of the most important players in the infamous Watergate Scandal. These men were so blinded by their loyalty to Nixon that they committed countless illegal and immoral actions, simply to assist and protect the President.
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