Washington Post leaves ' Watergate'- building
- Washington Post made from Monday in a new building, 43 years after the newspaper has left the building in the US capital where journalists Carl Bernstein and Bob Woodward played a decisive role in American politics. The newspaper and two journalists covered it exposed the Watergate scandal, which eventually then-President Richard Nixon was forced to resign.
The Washington Post moved in 1972 to the property, a few months before the break-in at the offices of the Democratic Party which was the Watergate scandal. Now move the 1,500 employees to a new, contemporary accommodations in the city.The newspaper 's editorial office was painstakingly recreated for the film All the President's Men, in which Robert Redford and Dustin Hoffman play the two journalists.,null, They made it after to waste, '' Bernstein told the British newspaper The Guardian.