President Richard M. Nixon on April 29, 1974, points to transcripts of the White House tapes after he announced that he would turn over the transcripts to House impeachment investigators, in Washington. Three months later the Supreme Court ruled that the White House could not withhold the recordings from a criminal case.
President Richard M. Nixon on April 29, 1974, points to transcripts of the White House tapes after he announced that he would turn over the transcripts to House impeachment investigators, in Washington. Three months later the Supreme Court ruled that the White House could not withhold the recordings from a criminal case. Associated Press
President Richard M. Nixon on April 29, 1974, points to transcripts of the White House tapes after he announced that he would turn over the transcripts to House impeachment investigators, in Washington. Three months later the Supreme Court ruled that the White House could not withhold the recordings from a criminal case. Associated Press

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