Gerald Ford


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38th President of the United States

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Gerald Ford simply and humbly performed his duty to the best of his considerable ability.
But Gerald Ford's (1913-2006) life and career in and out of Washington spanned nearly the entire twentieth century.
I, Gerald Ford, President of the United States, have granted and do grant a full, free and absolute pardon unto Richard Nixon for all offenses against the United States which he has committed or may have committed during the period January 20, 1969 through August 9, 1974.
"President Bush said: He assumed power in a period of great division and turmoil, "For a nation that needed healing and for an office that needed a calm and steady hand, Gerald Ford came along when we needed him most."
As part of that deal, Hilltop's chairman Gerald Ford gained a seat on SWS's board, while its president and CEO Jeremy Ford assumed the role of a non-voting observer to the board.
The tragic car, which is now at the end of the road in the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan, was used until 1977, years after the assassination, by presidents Richard Nixon, Gerald Ford and Lyndon Johnson, CBS News reported.
TV presenter Tess Daly married which radio Quiz of the Day ANSWERS: 1 Twelve; 2 They are all varieties of apple; 3 Charon; 4 Windermere; 5 The otter; 6 Italy; 7 Cyprus; 8 Vernon Kay; 9 Gerald Ford; 10 Pontoon.
Romney's goof was not as bad as President Gerald Ford's in a 1976 debate with Jimmy Carter in which Ford said Poland was not part of the Soviet bloc.
Summary: Betty Ford, the wife of the late US President Gerald Ford, has died at the age of 93.
Betty married former US president Gerald Ford in 1948, the same year the future president was elected to the US Congress.
And Jimmy Carter, who defeated Gerald Ford in the 1976 presidential election, praised her as "a remarkable political spouse who improved mental health and substance abuse care".
By KEITH FALKINER FORMER US First Lady Betty Ford, the widow of President Gerald Ford, has died in California aged 93.
The widow of former President Gerald Ford set up her world-famous centre after fighting a long battle to beat her own addiction to booze and drugs.
The book takes the reader on a journey that includes sitting in on executive National Security Counsel sessions with President Gerald Ford, Henry Kissinger, Donald Rumsfeld and others as they ponder the fate of the ship and her crew.
The next televised debate did not occur until 1976 when Jimmy Carter and Gerald Ford faced each other.