Margaret “Midge” Costanza, first woman to assist a US President
Margaret “Midge” Costanza, the first woman to serve in the White House as assistant to the President, had never set foot in the White House before January 1977. She now works in the office occupied by Charles Colson when he worked for President Nixon. Midge is President Carter’s emissary to organized groups. Photo taken February 7, 1977. (UPI Photo/njp/Files)
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Charles Colson, convicted in the Watergate burglary and coverup that led to the resignation of President Richard Nixon, is close to death, a friend said.
Mark Felt, an FBI official who became known as "Deep Throat" in the Watergate scandal, has died, his family said. Felt, who lived in Santa Rosa, Calif., was 95.
Reactions in Washington to the identification of the Watergate-era Deep Throat tipster ranged Wednesday from praise to accusations of being a traitor.
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