Teddy Roosevelt regularly…

Teddy Roosevelt regularly staged boxing matches in the White House, taking on anyone he could – including professional boxers. He only stopped boxing when his eyesight was permanently damaged by a punch from his military aide, Col. Daniel T. Moore.

In 1981, Ronald Reagan fired…

In 1981, Ronald Reagan fired 11,345 air traffic controllers after they refused to end their strike and subsequently banned them from federal service for life. Ironically, the air traffic controllers union had endorsed Reagan in the election. Reagan was not merely the only President who was himself a union leader, but the only one who […]

Franklin D. Roosevelt’s disability…

Franklin D. Roosevelt’s disability was largely unknown to the public. He was diagnosed with polio and was mostly paralyzed from the waist down. When photographers tried to catch him in his wheelchair, Secret Service agents reportedly tore the film out of their cameras.

10 Facts About America’s Presidents That Most People Don’t Know

Donald Trump is America’s 45th President, but did you know that he’s only the 44th man to have ever held that distinction? That’s because Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms, so he’s counted twice. Now there’s a way to remember Grover Cleveland – the President so nice, they counted him twice!

Here are some interesting facts about some of those men who once held the highest position in the land.

1. That’s why he had a beard

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Okay, that’s adorable.

2. Come here, Satan!

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I love this.

3. Academic

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Is there nothing this man can’t do?

4. Never elected

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Ford had friends in high places.

5. JFK and Santa

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Well, as long as he checked with Santa first…

6. First!

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Of course Obama would want to move a woman forward.

7. What a coincidence

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They also happened to be good friends.

8. Left that one off

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He was humble even in death.

9. American Badass

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Now that’s what I call a US President.

10. Foresight

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Well, that was quite brilliant.

How many of those did you know?

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In 1901, a doctor was told mid-surger…

In 1901, a doctor was told mid-surgery that he was needed urgently elsewhere, to which he responded that he could not leave “even for the President of the United States”. He was then told he needed to operate on William McKinley, the President of the United States. The doctor maintained his claim and actually didn’t […]

Janet Jagen is the first American woman…

Janet Jagen is the first American woman to be become president of a country. She was born in Chicago, moved to Guyana, and was elected president there. Janet Jagen was also the wife of former president Cheddi Jagen. And, another Guyanese president fact is that the first president was Arthur Chung, who was the first […]