In 1960, presidential candidate Richard Nixon fared better in person than on TV, where he appeared ill-at-ease against debate rival John F. Kennedy.
In 1960, presidential candidate Richard Nixon fared better in person than on TV, where he appeared ill-at-ease against debate rival John F. Kennedy. Associated Press file photo
In 1960, presidential candidate Richard Nixon fared better in person than on TV, where he appeared ill-at-ease against debate rival John F. Kennedy. Associated Press file photo

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