"Iran and Russia have taken specific actions to influence public opinion related to our elections," said Director of National Intelligence John Ratcliffe at a hastily scheduled press conference.
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I'd like to know the differences in political climate that lead to Nixon being maligned but Reagan revered among conservatives, since both had some pretty damning scandals during their Presidencies, yet the discrepancy between the blowback they received (one resigning, the other serving two full terms and then having his party secure the Presidency for another term) is stark, considering they're only one decade apart from each other. Is it the absence of a smoking gun in Reagan's case? Changing media landscape? Also would like to know if there were any serious efforts to impeach Reagan for Iran-Contra.