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making sure the democrats nominated the weakest candidate of george mcgovern then that we will get peace with honor. to find that kind of revolution between the military and commander in chief. you do your job i'll do mine. i thought there was cynicism to achieve zilch except killing a lot of people. >> host: pass toward -- fast forward to the present day are there other lessons to be taken? with that word 1968 there is something weird about next in -- nixon to see if you could find out more and to put can it -- butterfield with each of the candidates. >> did you see the charlie rose interview with putin? charlie rose said as putin sits there treading into new territory to say you were in the kgb what it is in kgb is always in the kgb and putin says that a single stage of our live passes without leaving a trace. a and this guy is well prepared. and it is true. as single stager phased. their rage he expresses these were not on tape from the york and is almost to the element that nobody asked me to the prom. it he is just on fire about it. i think it is true. do you? not one stage of our l
him to win reelection that they nominated the weakest candidate that turned out to be george mcgovern with the bombing and the vietnam war to have peace with honor when i put this together i feel a revulsion and sadness with the commander in chief you do your job i will do mine. >> i thought this is a level of cynicism. end nixon was right. >> fast forward to a the present day with the election campaign. was it taken from butterfield account? to some of these questions to a lack without having to wait 40 years? if it was 1968 there is something weird could find this out? no. but the answer to your question to put butterfield in each of the campaigns. to hope that will not happen so it falls to a journalism with that intense biography did you see the attorney rose interview with putin last month? i think he went to moscow. and charlie rose said to go into new territory. to say you were in the kgb if you were there your always there and putin said not a single phase or stage of our life passes without leaving a trace. he is well prepared. it is true. witness nixon in the way he expresse
candidate, turned out to be george mcgovern, nixon won 49 states and the other side of that was to use the bombing in the vietnam war as i am tough, we are going to get peace with honor, it is -- when i put all this together, i felt a kind of revolt in and sadness. garrison is an unwritten contract between everyone in the military, the commander in chief, you do your job, i will do my job. >> host: what nixon was capable of. >> guest: if this is the level of cynicism, there have been a lot of bombings, nixon was right, it achieved nothing to kill lots of people. >> host: fast forward to present day. presidential election campaign, any lessons to be taken from butterfield's account? how do we find out about the character of some of these people we are being asked to elect, without having to wait 40 years? >> if it were 1968 and you get somebody saying there's something weird about nixon, could you have found out all of this? no. there is a ceiling, you could find out more. the answer to your question is to find betterfield and put him in each of the candidates's campaign. and hope that obvi
the weakest candidate. it turned out to be george mcgovern. nixon won 49 states and the other side of that was to use the bombing in the vietnam war as a hey i'm tough, i'm leading, we are going to get peace with honor and when i put all this together i felt a kind of repulsion and sadness that there is an unwritten contract which means everyone in the military, you do your job and all do my job. >> this is a level of cynicism. there've been a lot of awnings studies after the war and nixon was right. it achieves zilch except killing lots of people. >> let's fast-forward to the present day. obviously we are in the middle of a presidential election campaign. are there any lessons to be taken from butterfield's account? how do we find out about the character of some of these people who were being asked to elect without having to wait 40 years? >> yes, exactly. if it were 1968 and you had somebody saying you know, there is something weird about nixon, could you have found out all of this? now and there's a ceiling but you could find out more. i think the answer to your question is to f
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