Nixon is Caught But Runs out the Clock

The Government Accounting Office was supposed to be releasing an audit of Nixon’s donations. On the day of Nixon’s nomination, the bureau postponed its release. Larry O’Brien, reported a two-paragraph item on page 39 of the Times, charged the White House was using “every ounce of political muscle” to block it. Then the Munich Olympics terrorism luckily stole media attention from Watergate. Meanwhile, Nixon killed a GAO report