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In the American Democracy it is vital for our right to freedom of press to be put into full throttle Without the press the society would be clueless and blind of Washingtons dealings and business The press informs the public for better or worse about what really goes on in Washington But during the Watergate Scandal the press coverage of the scandal demonstrated some of the best and the worst aspects of the way the American press covers the presidency Richard Nixon despised the press From the days when he was Vice President and Governor he had no trust for the press Even when he used the press for his advantage to expose what he believed to be Communist influences in America he feared the press Though Nixon had won the endorsement of many newspapers during the 1960 Presidential Campaign Nixon still thought ill of the press and believed them to be unfair to him Nixon became even more bitter in 1962 after he lost the election to be governor of California Nixon bitterly claimed that they wouldnt have Richard Nixon to kick around anymore He had retired from politics but that was short lived as he became president in 1968 but even then Nixon remained careful of the press fearful that they would leak and expose secrets He was so scared that he had tapped prominent Washington reporters and officials telephones that he feared would leak information Within days after the Watergate break in there were reason to believe that the burglars had connections with the White House highest powers Despite the sensational revelations many of the press lost interest in the story very quickly Most the press accepted the claim of the White House Press Secretary that the incident
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