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I can say with certainty that…. no one on the White House staff, no one in this administration which is currently employed, was involved in this bizarre incident.”
President Richard Nixon on the Watergate break-in, 29 August 1972.
Many of Nixon’s top staffers were involved in what would later become known as the Watergate scandal. In June 1973, former White House aide John Dean testified that he had spoken to Nixon at least 35 times about the Watergate cover-up. Nixon resigned the following summer. “I deeply regret that I was damaged in the course of the events that led to this decision,” he said.