John D. Ehrlichman has a big smile on his face as he met with the media as he was leaving on April 27, 1978, a free man after serving 18 months at the Safford Federal Prison Camp in Safford, CA. Ehrlichman, who was Nixon's chief domestic adviser, left at dawn. (UPI Photo/bh/Files)
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A large crowd gathered in the Capitol Plaza to attend the swearing in of Richard M. Nixon as the 37th President of the United States on Inauguration Day, and listen to his inaugural address after the swearing-in ceremony on January 20, 1969. (UPI Photo/Files)
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President Nixon awarded the moon-voyaging astronauts of Apollo 14 with NASA’s Distinguished Service Medal at a White House dinner on March 1, 1971. Here, on a lighter note, the president presents Astronaut Alan Shepard wth the “Distinguished Order of Lunar Duffers,” a reference to Shepard’s makeshift golf game on the Moon. LTR: Astronaut Edgar Mitchell; Astronaut Stuart Roosa; Shepard; Nixon; and Vice president Spiro Agnew. (UPI Photo/John Full/Files)
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Demonstrators heckle as President Nixon’s car reaches the District Building during the Inaugural Parade on January 20, 1969. At the window of the car facing the jeering crowd is Sen. Everett Dirksen of Illinois. The Nixons are seated behind him, their faced turned away from the middle finger waving demonstrators. See-through sign at left calling Nixon "#1 War Criminal" is shown from the back. (UPI Photo/Files)
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President Nixon honored the Apollo 14 Astronauts with a White House dinner on March 1, 1971 and presented them with NASA's distinguished Service Medal. Top photo: The Chief Executive appears to be asking "how did that happen?" after dropping the medal he was pinning on Astronaut Edgar Mitchell (L). Bottom photo: Astronaut Alan Shepard, after receiving his medal, jokes wth the president about the incident with Mitchell, causing Nixon to cover his face with laughter. (UPI Photo/John Full/Files)
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President and Mrs. Nixon walk down the receiving line upon their arrival on February 28, 1972 at Andrews Air Force base in Maryland upon completing his trip to China. From Nixon are LTR: Transportation Secretary Volpe; George Schultz (Nixon holds his coat), director of office of Management and Budget; and United Nations Ambassador George Bush. (UPI Photo/Frank Cancellare/Files)
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President Nixon held a breakfast meeting at the white House on February 23, 1973 with Secretary of State William Rogers (R), and Henry Kissinger, Presidential Adviser, before meeting with Egyptian Foreign Affairs Adviser Mohammed Hafez Ismail later in the day to discuss Middle East peace prospects. (UPI Photo/rem/Files)
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