Who was the President When We Landed on the Moon?

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The United States Apollo 11 mission was the first space flight to land humans on the Moon. The lunar landing took place on July 20, 1969 during the Presidency of Richard M. Nixon.
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President Richard Nixon was the President when we landed our first manned mission on the moon. He was President from Jan. 20. 1969 until he resigned in Aug. 1974.
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It has been many years since man first landed on the moon! The first person walked on the moon on July 21, 1969. His name was Neil Armstrong. Look here for more information: http:
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Richard Nixon was in office at the time of the landing. Have a
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No US President has ever travelled in space, or to the Moon.
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Richard Nixon was President of the USA at the time of the Apollo 11 moon landing. The event was watched by over 700 million people on television.
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