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Who pardon president Nixon?


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September 8 1974 was date of President Ford's pardon of Richard Nixon.


The pardon was made in 1974 soon after Nixon left office.




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FordRichard Nixon , US President Born: 9 January 1913 Birthplace: Yorba Linda, ...Shortly after taking office, Ford granted Nixon a full pardon


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Richard Nixon resigned the presidency on August 9th, 1974. He was succeeded by his appointed Vice President, Gerald Ford. On September 8th, 1974 Ford granted Nixon a "free and full" pardon.


he could not be tried for any crimes he commited while president


His very first was to pardon Nixon for his crimes while president.


Richard Nixon received a Presidential Pardon from Gerald R. Ford.


President Ford issued several pardons while in office, but probably the most (in)famous of these was his pardon of former President Richard M. Nixon.


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President Nixon was never impeached. He resigned to avoid impeachment, and his successor, Gerald Ford, gave him a full pardon.


Gerald Ford offers Nixon a "free and full" pardon on September 8th, 1974.Ford released Proclamation 4311 on September 8, 1974 which gave Nixon a complete pardon for any criminal acts committed before his resignation.


Many experts think the pardon of Nixon cost him the election in 1976. In any case, it cost lawyers a lot of money in fees they would have received for prosecuting and defending Nixon in court.


Read a summary of the history of Nixon. He was being impeached and resigned to avoid it, making Gerald Ford president who could then grant him a pardon.


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