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Former Presidents Look to One Another For Advice, Friendship

Close Confidants

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Close Confidants

Clinton received foreign policy advice from Nixon, usually in late-night telephone calls, that he described as hardheaded and matchless. Nixon told an aide that no other president had ever confided in him so completely.

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