Julia Roberts Watergate scandal Martha Mitchell, the First Lady of the United States in the Watergate Scandal of the early 1970s.

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Martha had insider information on everything going on behind the scenes at the White House, being married to one of Richard Nixon’s closest advisors.

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She was considered a liability to the Nixon administration because her psychological instability prevented her from keeping her mouth shut about what she knew.

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Julia Roberts: The Watergate Scandal Martha Mitchell (TV Mini-Series 2018) Julia Roberts: The Watergate Scandal Martha Mitchell (2018) Julia Roberts:

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The Watergate Scandal Martha Mitchell. In Gaslit, Starz’s new retelling of the Watergate conspiracy, it’s no surprise that G. Gordon Liddy is the first to grab the mic.

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Julia Roberts: The Watergate Scandal Martha Mitchell. In Gaslit, Starz’s new retelling of the Watergate conspiracy, it’s no surprise that G. Gordon Liddy is the first to grab the mic.

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What were the stakes for Nixon? And why did so many of his closest aides decide to act as if he didn’t exist? In the first episode, we learned that even early on

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Haldeman, Ehrlichman, and Dean (Jamie Kennedy) had everything to lose. Their jobs weren’t in immediate danger—the House Committee investigation was just getting started

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Gaslit imagines that Haldeman and Ehrlichman became increasingly desperate, and it’s easy to see why. [For Watergate buffs

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When you’ve spent your entire career working for someone who seems incapable of knowing when to shut up, you learn not to trust him.

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At least that’s what some people seem to have concluded during Richard Nixon’s presidency; there are signs by late 1971