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New Book Goes Inside Watergate Hotel — 'America’s Most Infamous Address'

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It's considered one of the most infamous buildings in U.S. history, and it remains culturally relevant in discussions ranging from deflated footballs to the Trump administration. The Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C., is most known for its significance in the Richard Nixon impeachment trial, but it also housed key political figures from Ronald Reagan to Ruth Bader Ginsberg to Monica Lewinsky.

Political strategist Joe Rodota examines how the hotel played a critical role in shaping 20th century politics in the United States in his new book, “The Watergate: Inside America’s Most Infamous Address.”

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