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Richard Nixon Had Gay Affair, 'Nixon's Darkest Secrets' Claims


Watergate was only one of several scandalous aspects of former President Richard Nixon's life, according to a new book by a former White House correspondent.


Nixon's Darkest Secrets: The Inside Story of America's Most Troubled President by Don Fulsom (Thomas Dunne Books, $25.99), former correspondent for United Press International, makes several eye-catching accusations, including that the former president had a gay affair with Charles "Bebe" Rebozo, a Key Biscayne, Fla. banker apparently with ties to the mob.


The allegation is especially noteworthy because, as gay news website Queerty reports, Nixon was known to have made homophobic remarks.

The new book also alleges that Nixon beat his wife and that his aides referred to him as "our drunk."


The Daily Mail reports that Nixon's alleged secret lover also had a shady history of his own.


According to the Mail, the FBI claims Rebozo had ties to mob bosses Santo Trafficante and Alfred 'Big Al' Polizzi. He also ran a bank that, a former mobster claims, was used to launder money.

 

The book's press release says that Fulsom used interviews with former White House staffers and ex-members of Congress, as well as government documents, to support his claims.


The Nixon Foundation did not immediately respond to a request for comment.


The book's author Fulsom covered the presidencies of Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton during his career as a journalist.

The book goes on sale at the end of January.

 

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Libro revela que ex presidente Nixon tuvo una relación homosexual con un banquero  

La obra del veterano corresponsal de la Casa Blanca, Don Fulsom, afirma que mantenía una relación con Charles "Bebe" Rebozo, que golpeaba a su esposa y tenía problemas con el alcohol.

 

El ex presidente estadounidense Richard Nixon mantuvo una relación homosexual con el banquero Charles "Bebe" Rebozo, presuntamente conectado con redes mafiosas, según un nuevo libro que se publicará el próximo mes en Estados Unidos.

"Nixon's Darkest Secrets: The Inside Story of America's Most Troubled President" ("Los más oscuros secretos de Nixon: La historia oculta del presidente más problemático de Estados Unidos"), del veterano corresponsal de la Casa Blanca Don Fulsom, retrata la supuesta "relación turbulenta" del ex mandatario con su cercano amigo Rebozo, de origen cubano, según informó el diario Huffington Post en su edición digital.

La acusación es especialmente chocante dada la fama de homófobo que cosechó Nixon durante su presidencia (1969-1974).

Cuando uno de los asesores de su predecesor, el ex presidente Lyndon Johnson, fue hallado manteniendo relaciones con un marinero, Nixon le llamó "enfermo" y opinó que ese tipo de personas "no pueden ocupar posiciones que requieran de confianza", señala el libro.

La amistad de Nixon y Rebozo era muy conocida durante sus años en la Casa Blanca y el mandatario solía organizar vacaciones en la residencia del banquero en Key Biscayne, Florida, tanto con su esposa Pat como sin ella.

Según el FBI, Rebozo mantuvo cercanos lazos con dos de los mayores capos de la mafia de la década de 1960, Santo Trafficante y Alfred "Big Al" Polizzi.

Para escribir el libro, Fulsom recurrió a informes oficiales y entrevistó a antiguos funcionarios de la Casa Blanca y a ex congresistas estadounidenses, según indica la editorial, Thomas Dunne Books, en su página web.

Entre esas entrevistas se encuentra el testimonio de un ex reportero de la revista "Time" que aseguró que, durante una cena en Washington, pudo ver cómo Nixon sostenía la mano de Rebozo bajo la mesa.

El libro también eleva a un nuevo nivel la imagen de misógino que rodeaba al líder que debió dimitir por el escándalo del Watergate, al asegurar que Nixon maltrataba a su mujer.

Además, mantiene que el presidente tenía un problema con la bebida y que sus asesores más cercanos se referían a él como "nuestro borracho".

 

 

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Richard Nixon ...

EL GAY!!!

 
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Richard Nixon ...

EL GAY!!!

 

It's no secret many in the business world were hoping for Republican administration in the White House. But now that the American  people have returned President Barack  Obama for a final term, it appears business leaders are ready to work with him in order to avoid the economic calamity promised if lawmakers can't come to  a deal on the deficit.

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Richard Nixon Had Gay Affair, 'Nixon's Darkest Secrets' Claims

 

Watergate was only one of several scandalous aspects of former President Richard Nixon's life, according to a new book by a former White House correspondent.

 

Nixon's Darkest Secrets: The Inside Story of America's Most Troubled President by Don Fulsom (Thomas Dunne Books, $25.99), former correspondent for United Press International, makes several eye-catching accusations, including that the former president had a gay affair with Charles "Bebe" Rebozo, a Key Biscayne, Fla. banker apparently with ties to the mob.

 

The allegation is especially noteworthy because, as gay news website Queerty reports, Nixon was known to have made homophobic remarks.

The new book also alleges that Nixon beat his wife and that his aides referred to him as "our drunk."

 

The Daily Mail reports that Nixon's alleged secret lover also had a shady history of his own.

 

According to the Mail, the FBI claims Rebozo had ties to mob bosses Santo Trafficante and Alfred 'Big Al' Polizzi. He also ran a bank that, a former mobster claims, was used to launder money.

 

The book's press release says that Fulsom used interviews with former White House staffers and ex-members of Congress, as well as government documents, to support his claims.

 

The Nixon Foundation did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

 

The book's author Fulsom covered the presidencies of Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton during his career as a journalist.

The book goes on sale at the end of January.

 


 

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Richard Nixon Had Gay Affair, 'Nixon's Darkest Secrets' Claims

 

Watergate was only one of several scandalous aspects of former President Richard Nixon's life, according to a new book by a former White House correspondent.

 

Nixon's Darkest Secrets: The Inside Story of America's Most Troubled President by Don Fulsom (Thomas Dunne Books, $25.99), former correspondent for United Press International, makes several eye-catching accusations, including that the former president had a gay affair with Charles "Bebe" Rebozo, a Key Biscayne, Fla. banker apparently with ties to the mob.

 

The allegation is especially noteworthy because, as gay news website Queerty reports, Nixon was known to have made homophobic remarks.

The new book also alleges that Nixon beat his wife and that his aides referred to him as "our drunk."

 

The Daily Mail reports that Nixon's alleged secret lover also had a shady history of his own.

 

According to the Mail, the FBI claims Rebozo had ties to mob bosses Santo Trafficante and Alfred 'Big Al' Polizzi. He also ran a bank that, a former mobster claims, was used to launder money.

 

The book's press release says that Fulsom used interviews with former White House staffers and ex-members of Congress, as well as government documents, to support his claims.

 

The Nixon Foundation did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

 

The book's author Fulsom covered the presidencies of Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Reagan and Clinton during his career as a journalist.

The book goes on sale at the end of January.