By Julie Pendray
If President Gerald Ford, a former house minority leader and the man who pardoned President Richard Nixon after Watergate, were alive today, his daughter says he would probably tell Americans, “People need to learn to get along and work for the best of our country. Bipartisanship does exist and can work.” Susan Ford Bales says there were relationships across the aisle during her father’s tenure in Washington, D.C.
Bales will give a presentation ” “President Gerald and Betty Ford: Their Lives & Legacies,” March 6 at the Annenberg Center for Health Sciences at Eisenhower Medical Center in Rancho Mirage.
To read my full interview with Bales in PalmSpringsLife.com , please click here.
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