President Richard Nixon after Addressing Nation on Watergate

(Original Caption) President Nixon, in a nationally televised address 8/15, asks for support against "those who would exploit Watergate in order to keep us from doing what we were elected to do." He also proclaimed his innocence of any complicity in the affair. Nixon posed for still photographers after the address, as no pictures were permitted during the telecast.
(Original Caption) President Nixon, in a nationally televised address 8/15, asks for support against "those who would exploit Watergate in order to keep us from doing what we were elected to do." He also proclaimed his innocence of any complicity in the affair. Nixon posed for still photographers after the address, as no pictures were permitted during the telecast.
President Richard Nixon after Addressing Nation on Watergate
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Credit:
Bettmann / Contributor
Editorial #:
515109396
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Bettmann
Date created:
15 August, 1973
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Bettmann
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