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John Dean was counsel to the President He wanted power and superiority To advance up the ladder John Dean got involved in certain activities Some of which were not legal One example would be the extortion of money John Dean didnt really think of the consequences but of the rewards He would be high up on the ladder and one of the Presidents close associates But John Dean soon found himself in quite a mess He was on the verge of getting caught and having everything out in the open He could be looking at prison timeA Mr Hunt had certain information on these illegal activities and used them to his advantage in the form of blackmail It was either a sum of money or an end to a lot of careers including Johns The sum of the blackmail was 120000 John didnt have this kind of money He arranged a meeting with the president They talked but John was surprised because he knew more then John thought Since the Presidents job was on the line he agreed to help with the money No one knew where the money would come from but one can assume it was illegal John at this time was afraid that he or his friends would have to go to jail he is also worried that they might commit perjury on the standLater on in the story the tables had turned John was no longer on the side of the President I has seemed like Nixon had turned his back on John for his own benefit Also John was under the spotlight in the investigation and there were many people against him He was followed by reporters and had other political figures starting rumors about John Dean John still had people on his side and he also had incriminating evidence against the President like approving illegal taps mail opening and break-ins John spent plenty of time planning a strategy with
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