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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)