Norm Eisen has a stern warning for President Trump: Don’t even think of firing Robert Mueller.
Blabbing state secrets to Russia? Pressuring FBI director James Comey? We’ve left political drama and entered the realm of slapstick science fiction.
Richard Ben-Veniste said the FBI director’s dismissal was “darkly reminiscent” of when Richard Nixon fired Watergate Special Prosecutor Archibald Cox.
Carl Bernstein knows a corrupt president when he sees one – after all, this is the man who helped bring down President Richard Nixon in 1974.
“No need to break in”, joke the room keys. Staff uniforms come from Mad Men’s costume designer. A sleek whiskey bar looks like the VIP room of the Starship Enterprise.
Harry Rosenfeld survived Kristallnacht in Berlin, and went on to oversee coverage of Watergate as a Washington Post editor. His memoir is as fascinating as his life.
Scene from Gov. Christie’s morning staff meeting?
Leonard Garment, the special counsel to U.S. President Richard Nixon at the height of the Watergate scandal, has died, the New York Times reported on Monday. He was 89.
The three scandals roiling Washington and the 24-hour cable news channels have one thing in common: They’re shrinking steadily as more information dribbles out.