Category Archives: Watergate

Nixon Calls Trump

Late last night in the private quarters of the White House, Donald Trump was tweeting about matters foreign and domestic when an aide entered the living room and said, “Richard Nixon’s calling again, Mr. President.” Trump grimaced and picked up an old land-line receiver and said, “You’ve got two minutes, Dick.” “Thanks for taking my […]

Also posted in Donald Trump, FBI, Hillary Clinton, James Comey, Jared Kushner, Rex Tillerson

Richard Nixon v. John Dean

Summoned to the Oval Office, John Dean pauses at the door, and Richard Nixon says, “Come in and close it. “Have a seat, John.” “Thank you, Mr. President.” “I appreciate all your good work as White House counsel. And your confidential style.” “My duty, Sir.” “What you’re involved in is very risky.” “I’m more concerned […]

Also posted in Boxing, John Dean, Richard Nixon

Woodward v. Bernstein

On orders from the White House I infiltrated the radical Washington Post newspaper in the early seventies, working as a reporter on what beat I still cannot disclose, having (I trust) much longer to live than Deep Throat nonagenarian Mark Felt did when he allowed his identity to be revealed. Using my incisive intellect, honed […]

Also posted in Ben Bradlee, Bob Woodward, Boxing, Carl Bernstein, Richard Nixon, Washington Post

Richard Nixon Where Are You

Richard Nixon called his first congressional opponent a commie, in ‘fifty senatorial race painted Helen Gahagan Duglas pink before trouncing her, and as vice president under Eisenhower snuggled with Joe McCarthy. By late ‘fifties he already wanted to invade Castro’s Cuba which however imperfect had just freed itself from American lackey Batista. After losing, perhaps […]

Also posted in Communism, Cuba, Dwight Eisenhower, Fidel Castro, George McGovern, John F. Kennedy, Joseph McCarthy, Pat Brown, Politics, Richard Nixon, Vietnam

Richard Nixon Rebuts his Enemies

This story is from “McCarthy Nixon Castro”

Also posted in Dwight Eisenhower, Richard Nixon