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Donald Trump said he 'learned a lot' from Richard Nixon

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Donald Trump said he 'learned a lot' from Richard NixonTrump also argued he hasn't followed all the examples of the only U.S. president to be forced to resign his office.
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President Donald Trump says he learned a very important lesson from fellow impeached president Richard Nixon: Don’t fire people.

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