Funny: All the President's Men
- Bernstein shoots Woodward a horrified expression when Woodward tells a potential source - who had proudly announced she was a Republican - that he too was a registered Republican.
- In the book, Woodward still voted for Nixon in the 1972 general election. The evidence about the Watergate break-in at the time didn't point to Nixon himself: most voters didn't even follow the reports, and the ones who did believed it was just campaign officials going rogue.
- When Woodward asks Sloan "Just how was the slush money handled?" the ex-CRP official answers "Very poorly."
- Deep Throat berating Woodward about hitting Haldeman too early, before enough evidence tied him into the Plumbers: "You've done worse than let Haldeman slip away. You've got people feeling sorry for him. I didn't think that was possible."
- During an exchange with a reluctant would be source:
Clark MacGregor: I don't know. You're implying that I should know. If you print that, our relationship will be terminated.
Woodward: Sir, we don't have a relationship!
(MacGregor hangs up)
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