The Nation: But He Sounded Perfectly Clear

Dwight Dobbs, 41, owner of an office supply company in Urbana, Ill., got so tired of Watergate and what he considered disrespect toward the President by the news media that he rented three billboards that read: "I have more faith in this man . . . than I have in any of his accusers . . . especially the press." Dobbs was rewarded with the thrill of his life.

The phone rang, a male voice announced, "This is the White House switchboard," and told him to hold on for the President. Then that most familiar of voices came on and chatted with...

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