PG-13 | | Comedy
This movie was not the first Watergate political scandal, or Richard Nixon administration comedy, as many others have also been made. These include: Hail (1972), Richard (1972), Watergated (2015), Millhouse (1971), The Werewolf of Washington (1973), White House Madness (1975), Another Nice Mess (1972), The Faking of the President (1976), Elvis & Nixon (2016), Secret Honor (1984), Elvis Meets Nixon (1997), and Men of Crisis: The Harvey Wallinger Story (1971).
It looks like he's wearing blush.
The ending song is Dancing Queen, which is from '76 (released two years, one month, after the scene in question). (I don't know for sure that this counts as a goof, because it's not clear that they are listening to it (as opposed to its just being soundtrack music).)
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