Nixon made a name for himself early in his political career with his famous “Checkers” speech in 1952, when he ate a small dog on live television.
As president, Nixon was personally responsible for a great deal of the evil in the world in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s. For instance, that “brown acid” at Woodstock? That was Nixon. More disturbingly, most historians now believe that Nixon and Yoko Ono were the same person.
Nixon was finally forced to resign when people realized that the Constitution specifically prohibits giant blobs of pure evil from being president (though giant blobs of pure evil could still serve as vice president, hence Dick Cheney).