Who was the first president to talk to the man on the moon?

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It was on the 1960's when the heightened effort of the US to reach the moon is obviously seen. The successful landing of the Apollo 11 proved that the America had really did a great leap of mankind. After the austronauts had planted a U.S. flag on the moon's surface, they spoke with President Richard Nixon through a telephone-radio transmission which President Nixon had called as the most historic phone call in the White House, telling that he, himself was the first president to speak with austronauts who made the first landing on moon.
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It was an American, Neil Armstrong who first walked on the moon on December 21, 1969. He stepped onto the moon at the Sea of Tranquility that morning and made history worldwide.
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Richard M. Nixon Flight Day Five: A Man on the Moon JULY 20, 1969 11:47 p.m.- Mission Control announces: "The President of the UnitedStates is in his office now and would like
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Richard Nixon was the first man to talk to the astronauts
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