Notes on the Real Gerald Ford

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There are a number of public preconceptions about former President Gerald Ford, from his pardon of Richard Nixon to his athletic ability. Some are spot on, while others just don't capture the man, according to journalist Tom DeFrank. A reporter for the New York Daily News, he has covered Ford extensively and talks to Renee Montagne about his memories of the accidental president.



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