The correct answer is be impeached.
President Richard Nixon was never technically impeached, even though his involvement in the Watergate scandal made him look guilty of committing a crime. Instead of facing an impeachment trial lead by the US Congress, Nixon decided to resign from the presidency during the middle of a term. This was to avoid possible impeachment trials and to put the Watergate scandal behind him. He is the only president to ever willingly resign from the presidency. This resulted in Gerald Ford becoming president.
The correct answer is A) be impeached.
Richard Nixon did ALL of the following as president EXCEPT: be impeached.
Richard Nixon appointed four Supreme Court justices, travel to Moscow, resign while in office and visited the People’s Republic of China. But he never was impeached, he resigned.
After the Watergate Scandal, President Nixon was under heavy scrutinize. The House of Representatives opened an investigation to see the feasibility of impeachment to the President. He called many people to declare before Congress. That is why, with all the pressure in front of him, Nixon opted to resign.
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