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Richard Nixon's resignation letter. People have longer texts to complete strangers than this.

On August 8, 1974, California-born President Richard Nixon announced his resignation to be effective on August 9, 1974 at noon. Born in Yorba Linda, Nixon began his political career as a US Representative and was elected president in 1968. Threatened with impeachment over Watergate, he resigned in disgrace, however President Gerald Ford pardoned him by issuing Proclamation 4311 on September 8, 1974.

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