30 years ago this summer, a moment in history. Richard Nixon resigning after the watergate scandal. That dark parking garage where the information was leaked, it will be brought down, too. Susan... See More
30 years ago this summer, a moment in history. Richard Nixon resigning after the watergate scandal. That dark parking garage where the information was leaked, it will be brought down, too. Susan saulny tonight. Reporter: It was the secret meeting spot. I can put you inside the white house. Be specific. Reporter: That famous dark parking garage in suburban Virginia. I need to know what you know. Reporter: Where the anonymous source, deep throat, leaked details on the water gate scandal. Immortalized in the 1976 film, "All the president's men." That same garage, holding an iconic place in the history of the fall of a president, soon to be torn down, making way for a new residential tower. The end of an era. 40 years after Nixon left the white house in disgrace. I shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow. Reporter: A newly released book is revisiting the days. Journalist I Elizabeth drew sat down this week with George stephanopoulos. One of the most interesting things about that time is, it was obviously decades before Twitter. Thank god. You could actually report. We're getting totally jumbled as we would now. You wouldn't have time to think. It would have been almost impossible to sort things out. Even with cable, not to mention Twitter. Reporter: Reporting from that dark garage changing the course of history. Susan saulny, ABC news, Washington.
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