An impeachment process against Richard Nixon was initiated on February 6,
1974, when the ... calling for President Nixon's impeachment. The resolutions
were referred to the Judiciary Committee, ...
The events surrounding Watergate and impeachment proceedings against Nixon
. ... In August of 1972, President Nixon told reporters, "no one in the White House
..... or any other lawful function of his office; he did direct, authorize, or permit the
Nixon resigned voluntarily before they did any voting for impeachment in
Congress. The Supreme Court called for his impeachment, but there was still.
Entry point for information about the impeachment of President Richard Nixon.
Jun 17, 1972 ... On this day in History, Nixon resigns on Aug 08, 1974. ... had adopted three
articles of impeachment against President Nixon: obstruction of ... one of the most
famous heists of all time, escape in an ex-British Army truck and two .... The
dropping of the bomb on Hiroshima by the Americans did not have the ...
Full text of the Watergate Articles of Impeachment as passed by the US ...
Wherefore Richard M. Nixon, by such conduct, warrants impeachment and trial,
and ... or any other lawful function of his office; he did direct, authorize, or permit
the use ...
8 -- Richard Milhous Nixon, the 37th President of the United States, ... that he did
not have the votes in Congress to escape impeachment in the House and ...
Richard Nixon was first elected to the presidency in 1968. ... He explained that
his wife, Patricia Nixon, did not have a mink coat, but a "respectable Republican
cloth ... The media noose grew tighter, and Nixon struggled to escape. ...
Americans swamped Congress with telegrams demanding the president's
An eyewitness account of President Nixon's departur from the White House. ...
Escape from slavery, Death of President Garfield.. Battle of Gettysburg ... Within a
week, the House Judiciary Committee passed three articles of impeachment.
<sup>801</sup> The President's resignation did not necessarily require dismissal of the ...
Senate, that an impeached officer could not escape punishment by resignation).