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Dahleen Glanton: Donald Trump may just be worse than Richard Nixon. Here's why

It's tempting to compare Donald Trump to Richard Nixon. Trump, like Nixon, is an egomaniac who seems to believe that anything he does is above the law.

Actually, though, Trump is much worse than Nixon in some ways.

Nixon remains the most disgraced U.S. president in history, having been forced to resign in the wake of the Watergate scandal. It was a humiliating and tremendously distressful blow to his political legacy, and he also destroyed the careers of several of his closest associates.

None of them,

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