Disgraced Vice President Spiro T. Agnew officially becomes a private citizen and addresses the nation one last time… as a convicted criminal. Agnew continues his attacks on the press and the prosecutors right to the end. But his sudden resignation leaves questions– unanswered– that echo 45 years later. Can a President or Vice President actually be criminally indicted while in office? And if not, what sort of pressure can be brought to bear… to force them out?
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