June 30, 2015: Hugh Hewitt visited the Nixon Library for a talk on his new book The Queen: The Epic Ambition of Hillary and the Coming of a Second "Clinton Era."
In The Queen, Hugh Hewitt channels his inner James Carville to fully outline the strengths and weaknesses of Hillary Rodham Clinton. Many reporters have tried to detail Hillary's achievements, predict her actions, or psychoanalyze her contradictions. Hewitt simply takes her as she is — the most ambitious woman in American history — and lays out what is ahead for her second campaign for the presidency, and predicts the way she would deal with the world should she triumph.
Hugh is a lawyer, law professor and broadcast journalist whose nationally syndicated radio show is heard in more than 120 cities across the U. S. every weekday afternoon.
Marking 40 years since President Nixon’s resignation, the Richard Nixon Foundation and the Richard Nixon Presidential Library and Museum are releasing unedited June 1983 footage of the 37th President – in his own words – chronicling his final days in the White House with former White House aide Frank Gannon.
Each video in the series — entitled “A President Resigns” — is divided up by day and will be published in real time, the day on which the events happened 40 years ago. The series launches Tuesday, August 5 and will continue through Saturday, August 9.
The general public is invited to follow the story as it unfolds daily and engage on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube using the hashtag #APresidentResigns.