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Last edited at 1:45PM on 2/19/2013
Real answer: It was the White House aide Alexander Butterfield who first told of the tapes to senate committee member John Saunders. Three days later, it became public during the senate hearings on Watergate.
Nixon himself brought the tapes out. If you ever hear the tapes you can hear a long period of silence through some of the tapes where they seem to edited out on purpose I found this out by my US teacher they release the information out to the public