On April 1, 1992, one of National Public Radio's projects advertised that Richard Nixon, the main American president to leave in disfavor, was running again for presidency. The motto of the presidential crusade was "I didn't do anything wrong, and I won't do it once more." Funny stuff! The publication was made through an arrangement of radio spots. The president's voice was mimicked by The Man of a Thousand Voices, amazingly skilled Rich Little. It's no astound that audience members flipped out. They brought into express their shock. The host uncovered throughout the second a large portion of the program that the affirmation was a scam.