This is a portion of President Richard Nixon's statement to the American people concerning his feelings about letting the country down through the Watergate scandal during the David Frost interview sessions. I believe this tells more about the man, the honesty and sincerity of a man who was broken by outside forces beyond his control. A man who cared for his friends and for people in general. History has come around to being just a little bit more lenient to the Nixon Administration and I fell as time goes on, it will continue to do so. He was a statesman. He was an expert on foreign policy, which as most of you know I think that should be the President's main concern. After what we have been through with President Clinton, who did commit perjury to a Federal Grand Jury, who did suborn perjury of witnesses, who did point his finger at the American people and lied to them as boldly as any man has ever done, who did think himself above the law and went through a Senate trial that partisanship allowed him to indeed be above the law, Richard Nixon, in this brief quote ending the Watergate section of the interviews, proves how much greater of a President he was then those that followed him, with the possible exception of Ronald Reagan and Jimmy Carter. Read with an open mind, and you will see a small window into Richard Nixon's soul, that he very seldom let people see.