In the 1976 presidential election, Gerald Ford defies all common sense and logic by insisting that there was "no Soviet dominance in eastern europe, and there never would be..."
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In an attempt to win public favor during the 1976 presidential election, Gerald Ford decided to debate opponent Jimmy Carter. However, when asked about the U.S.'s relationship with the Soviet Union, he defied all common sense by asserting that there was "no Soviet dominance in eastern europe, and that never would be under the Ford Administration."