In the first part Richard Nixon gives a big

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David Lambert US History Prof. Mach In the first part Richard Nixon gives a big "spiel" about how what the President does and doesn’t do in office is something that should not be judged by the public. He instigates that the presidency should remain immune from most things that the courts deal with. This is because the president has to deal with so many things that are sometimes suspect in their decision making. He argues that this should not be taking into account in the court. He then goes on to defend the presidency by talking about confidentiality when talking to his personal advisors. He discusses the many cases where courts threw out certain testimony because it was in confidentiality with a wife or something of the sort. Finally he discusses the white house tapes and how they should be irrelevant and should not matter in this case because they are personal conversations with his advisors and advisees and should therefore not be brought into the public. He argues that it would cause the public to start doubting our president, and therefore hurt our country. Next, Warren Burger talks about a president still being under restraint even though he has
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2010 for the course BA 111111 taught by Professor Prof.johnson during the Spring '10 term at Aarhus Universitet.

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