Richard Milhous NIXON and Bruce Allan JULSETH are 9th cousins 1 time removed.

Common ancestors are
William SWIFT(3 Dec 1561 - Aft 1597) and Janet Elizabeth WILSON (1561 - Aft 1597)

Esther SWIFT
(1622 - 1691)
Siblings William SWIFT
(15 Apr 1589 - bef 29 Jan 1642)
Jedediah ALLEN
(3 Jan 1646 - 21 Jan 1711)
1st Cousin William SWIFT
(11 Mar 1626 - 26 Dec 1705)
(1696 - )
2nd Cousin Hannah SWIFT
(11 Mar 1651 - Mar 1721)
Anthony SMITH
(26 Jul 1723 - 1810)
3rd Cousin Joanna FISH
(20 May 1689 - )
Judith SMITH
(9 May 1751 - 5 Mar 1836)
4th Cousin Thomas TUPPER
(21 Nov 1719 - 13 May 1761)
(28 Nov 1783 - 1 Dec 1862)
5th Cousin Charles Tupper
(30 Mar 1743 - 1844)
Oliver BURDG
(28 Sep 1821 - 11 Jun 1908)
6th Cousin Abraham Tupper
(1780 - 1840)
Almira Park BURDG
(16 Sep 1849 - 23 Jul 1943)
7th Cousin John H. Tupper Sr.
(30 May 1817 - 5 Apr 1893)
(7 Mar 1885 - 30 Sep 1967)
8th Cousin Anna Inez Tupper
(6 Jun 1868 - 24 Jun 1934)
Richard Milhous NIXON
(9 Jan 1913 - 22 Apr 1994)
9th Cousin Helen Isobel Bullard
(10 Dec 1906 - 23 May 1993)
  10th Cousin Bruce Allan Julseth
(28 Mar 1936 - )

Biography compliments of Wikipedia

Richard Milhous Nixon (January 9, 1913 – April 22, 1994) was the 37th President of the United States, serving from 1969 to 1974. The only president to resign the office, Nixon had previously served as a US representative and senator from California and as the 36th Vice President of the United States from 1953 to 1961.

Nixon was born in Yorba Linda, California. After completing his undergraduate work at Whittier College, he graduated from Duke University School of Law in 1937 and returned to California to practice law. He and his wife, Pat Nixon, moved to Washington to work for the federal government in 1942. He subsequently served in the United States Navy during World War II. Nixon was elected to the House of Representatives in 1946 and to the Senate in 1950. His pursuit of the Hiss Case established his reputation as a leading anti-communist, and elevated him to national prominence. He was the running mate of Dwight D. Eisenhower, the Republican Party presidential nominee in the 1952 election. Nixon served for eight years as vice president. He waged an unsuccessful presidential campaign in 1960, narrowly losing to John F. Kennedy, and lost a race for Governor of California in 1962. In 1968 he ran again for the presidency and was elected.

Although Nixon initially escalated the war in Vietnam, he subsequently ended US involvement in 1973. Nixon's visit to the People's Republic of China in 1972 opened diplomatic relations between the two nations, and he initiated détente and the Anti-Ballistic Missile Treaty with the Soviet Union the same year. Domestically, his administration generally embraced policies that transferred power from Washington to the states. Among other things, he initiated wars on cancer and drugs, imposed wage and price controls, enforced desegregation of Southern schools and established the Environmental Protection Agency. Though he presided over Apollo 11, he scaled back manned space exploration. He was reelected by a landslide in 1972.

His second term saw an Arab oil embargo and a continuing series of revelations about the Watergate scandal. The scandal escalated, costing Nixon much of his political support, and on August 9, 1974, he resigned in the face of almost certain impeachment and removal from office. After his resignation, he was controversially issued a pardon by his successor, Gerald Ford. In retirement, Nixon's work authoring several books and undertaking many foreign trips helped to rehabilitate his image as an elder statesman. He suffered a debilitating stroke on April 18, 1994, and died four days later at the age of 81. Nixon remains a source of considerable interest among historians and the public.