Former President Nixon doesn't expect future historians to judge him as the greatest chief executive, daughter Julie Eisenhower says. "He has never talked about it. He is extremely forward looking. But he's a realist," said Eisenhower, in Saginaw, Mich., with her husband, David, for a lecture. "He doesn't think they'll say he was the greatest president. But many of his domestic programs were far reaching." David Eisenhower said his father-in-law was "the most durable politician" ever to lead the nation. He described his grandfather, former President Eisenhower, as "a politician who was in soldier's garb for a time before he found his true calling at age 62."