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Looking back at the history of American presidents there is a series of patterns that should be noticeable to almost every person- the occurrences of scandals during numerous presidencies We had Kennedys mysterious assassination Nixons Watergate Hillary Clintons Whitewater incident and today there is Clintons Zippergate Presidents take an oath when sworn into office and part of this oath takes away their right to a private life Radio talk show hosts journalists of all types television news reporters and now the even more menacing type of media the Internet giving the people of the world a look into the Presidents private life Each type of media is competing to draw the attention of the public by creating sensational titles for articles and placing quotes in such a way so as to appear more disturbing than they in fact are Prying their ways into the Presidents life The press becomes aware of everything happening behind the Oval Office doors and spreads the mayhem to the American people and beyond As presidents struggle with the press they become exasperated because they cannot control the media even though they do control a large amount of the news agenda Presidents have many rights and so does the media Looking at the twentieth century the audience has seen a change The media no longer respects the Presidents by the media President Clinton had no right to have an affair and the media had no right to exploit the event In the history of presidents many have taken part in a scandal-either sexual or political Nixon had Watergate JFK died by a mysterious assassination and Mrs Clinton has to deal with the Whitewater scandal The current Presidential affair between Ms Lewinsky and Mr Clinton has been drawn-out enough and has surpassed the air time on almost every news channel and the bandwidth of almost every Internet news site No one person can tell the outcome of
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