Discussions Archive
Today: 9 a.m. ET
Donald Ritchie, associate historian of the Senate, and Alex Baumgarten and John Johnson, international and domestic policy analysts with the Episcopal Church, will be online Tuesday, Jan. 2, beginning at 8 a.m. ET to narrate and explain live events taking place on Capitol Hill and at Washington National Cathedral for the funeral of President Ford.
 
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Presidential historian Richard Shenkman discusses the life of Gerald R. Ford and how history will view his tenure as president.
 
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Ron Nessen, press secretary to President Gerald Ford from 1974 - 1977, discusses the former president, from his rise to the presidency after the Watergate scandal to his unsuccessful bid to be elected president.
 
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Former Washington Post staff writer Lou Cannon discusses Gerald Ford, his life and legacy.
 
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Doug Bailey, former media director of Gerald Ford's 1976 presidential campaign and founder of The Hotline political newsletter, discusses the former president's White House years and his bid to be elected president.
 
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Washington Post columnist and Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David S. Broder discusses the political life Gerald R. Ford, 38th president of the United States.
 

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