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The Washington Post Revisits Watergate

June 11, 2012
Carl Bernstein had never been in the sixth floor office space where the Watergate burglars broke into Democratic National Committee headquarters in June of 1972 - until Monday night, when the Washington Post employed the famous building for a 40th anniversary celebration.
Bernstein joined his famous reporting pal, Bob Woodward, and retired Post editor Ben Bradlee for a night of reminiscing with former Watergate prosecutors, journalists and Senate investigators and a few former aides to President Richard Nixon. A hundred or so guests toured the scene of the crime, and sipped cocktails or enjoyed the view at an 11th floor reception.
"It's a lot easier to come into this building with valet parking," said former Nixon aide Egil "Bud" Krogh Jr., who ran the infamous "plumbers" unit.
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