Nixon was the 37th President of the United States from 1968-74. In our reality, He is the only president to resign from office.
General Thaddeus Ross, in charge of Hulk-related operations, reported directly to President Nixon, but Nixon always gave his trusted officer charte blanche, even when Ross' plans were heterodox: When Ross asked for an alliance with the villain Leader, Nixon allowed this, but assigned an official liason - specifically vice president Spiro Agnew.
Nixon, along with Vice-President Spiro Agnew, also paid a visit and appeared to be very supportive of funding for Hulk Buster Base. Later, when the Hulk was temporarily captured by Thunderbolt Ross and his Hulk Busters (again with help from the Fantastic Four), Nixon shocked many by authorizing the Attorney General to place the Man-Monster on public trial.
- Due to the fact that Earth-616 operates on a sliding time scale, Nixon's appearances as President of the United States in the below referenced issues should be considered topical for the time they were published. Most of these stories were published in the late 1960's to early 1970's, during the time that Richard Nixon was president of the United States.
- Nixon's 1974 resignation from office, time-wise, corresponded with the Secret Empire's Number One being exposed as a criminal in Captain America #175. Number One was described as a high ranking government official who immediately committed suicide upon his capture by Captain America.
- 19 Appearances of Richard Nixon (Earth-616)
- 4 Images featuring Richard Nixon (Earth-616)
- 6 Quotations by or about Richard Nixon (Earth-616)
- Character Gallery: Richard Nixon (Earth-616)
- Fan-Art Gallery: Richard Nixon (Earth-616)
- Richard Nixon (Earth-616) at Wikipedia.org
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