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Richard Nixon was President of the United States.
The resignation of President Nixon was followed by his pardon from President Ford.
Richard Nixon was the president of the United States.
Richard Nixon was a president of the United States.
Nixon was the 37th president of the United States.
Nixon was one of the more controversial American presidents.
Mao met with US president Richard Nixon in 1972.
A controversial American president, Richard Nixon, resigned.
Camp David is a mountain retreat for presidents of the United States.
Theresa May became Prime Minister of the United Kingdom in 2016. Theresa May was the prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Theresa May is a former prime minister of the United Kingdom.
Louis XVI became King of France and Navarre in 1774, later styled King of the French (1791–1792). Louis XVI was a king of France.
Louis XVI was the king of France when the French Revolution began.
The French king, Louis XVI, was later beheaded.