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But you have insights into Richard Nixon that no one else has shared. Stern Family Fund, which is clearly left-wing and anti-administration. And in the first month or two in the White House, you were sneaking around and hiding behind walls and pillars. You kept this quiet for decades, four decades. It also established a mechanism by which a mid-term vacancy in the vice presidency could be filled.

In his autobiography, Redford claimed that he and Pakula held all-day sessions working on the script. But the focus of this book is Butterfield, the man who first publicly revealed Nixon's secret White House recording system. Haldeman knew far more than I knew. The production was supplied with a brick from the main lobby of the Post so that it could be duplicated in fiberglass for the set. And Nixon couldn't speak in that first meeting.

Bob, you mentioned Vietnam. And then her role was dropped from the final script, half to her relief. And Haldeman told Alex, said, look, he hasn't met you yet. Butterfield, assistant to H. And Kissinger actually tells Nixon, that's when you won the election.

But the focus

His political career, with its high, lows and reinventions, have been scrutinized in hundreds of books. Scott for the role, and he was somewhat unimpressed when Robards showed up at the Post offices to develop a feel for the newsroom. And I knew that a lot of it was history in a way. Every memo that I wrote in the month of January. No one's supposed to do that.

He has said Bob Woodward was extremely helpful to him but Carl Bernstein was not. And I thought, now you tell me. Quite frankly, I was shocked, particularly about some of the memos about Vietnam and the lies and the contradictions.

In his autobiography Redford