The answer would be D, he never profited from public life.
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Just took the test (k12 just the facts)
The claim from the Nixon speech is not clearly supported was that he had 1 million dollars in campaign money
On September 23, 1952, the checkers speech explain what had become a big worry for many citizens, the fund crisis had arrived and a lot of doubts about how the government and politicians were getting funds for the campaign started to rise, Nixon gave this speech on Tv where he supported his information about the funds of campaign and his government team but the specific amount of 1 million dollars was not as clearly supported as other details.
The correct answer is:
B. That he never profited from public life.
Richard Nixon claimed he had never profited from public life in a press conference in Orlando, Florida, in 1973. He was then facing accusations regarding unpaid income taxes, irregularities related to the milk lobby and the Watergate scandal that lead to his resignation.
B. That he never profited from public life
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