“You must pursue this investigation of Watergate even if it leads to the president. I’m innocent. You’ve got to believe I’m innocent. If you don’t, take my job.” — Richard M. Nixon
The video presented here might be offensive to some individuals. It presents the mindset of President Richard Nixon and the “secret recordings” he made while in the White House. The content at times is derogatory, offensive and inflammatory. Trump should be aware that any such recordings he may have made are subject to subpoena and be equally damning.
President Trump is trying desperately to redefine the nature of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
To the agency members the letters indicate: Faithful Bravery Integrity.
To President Trump’s way of thinking: Fealty Beyond Investigation
According to news accounts the president asked then FBI director James Comey pledge some type of fealty and allegiance to him at that highly secret dinner meeting.
Comey reportedly told him that his allegiance is to the country and not one individuall.
His rejection to comply with this presidential request infuriated Mr T’s sense of importance and self-worth.
The video presented here is one from the Rickard M .Nixon library and shows how his taping fetish really led to his political downfall.
Trump’s tweet’s warning Comey to tread carefully before leaking anything to the news services is being loosely construed as a threat.
The president should review his history lesson on the Nixon Watergate Era and take note of the way Nixon’s over indulgent ego eventually got him ousted from the Oval Office. – gc