Nixon Interviews Host Bob Edwards talks to British Journalist David Frost, whose exclusive 1977 television interviews with former President Richard Nixon will be rebroadcast to mark the 30th anniversary of the Watergate break in. Frost and Nixon spoke for more than 24 hours during several videotaped sessions. Three years after Nixon left office in disgrace, the American public finally heard an apology from the former president.
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Host Bob Edwards talks to British Journalist David Frost, whose exclusive 1977 television interviews with former President Richard Nixon will be rebroadcast to mark the 30th anniversary of the Watergate break in. Frost and Nixon spoke for more than 24 hours during several videotaped sessions. Three years after Nixon left office in disgrace, the American public finally heard an apology from the former president.