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What was Nixon's role in the Watergate scandal?        A. Nixon attempted to obstruct the investigation of the break-in.   B. Nixon ordered the break-in.   C. Nixon broke into the Democratic headquarters at the Watergate building.   D. Nixon lied under oath when questioned about the break-in.
Nixon attempted to obstruct the investigation of the break-in was Nixon's role in the Watergate scandal.
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