The military under Richard Nixon was ordered not to react to any orders from the president due to his depression.
The whole reason we focus on presidents’ first 100 days in office so much is because of how much FDR accomplished during his.
Finland’s current president was in Thailand during the 2004 tsunami. He survived by climbing up an utility pole with his son.
Liberty, President Gerald Ford’s dog, was trained to create diversions in meetings. If Ford wanted to end a conversation in the Oval Office, he would signal Liberty and she would go to the guest wagging her tail, creating a natural break.
The most dangerous job in America is President. Over 9% have been killed in office. The next highest on-the-job death rate is loggers, at 0.13%.
After President Carter retired, he started an effort to eradicate the Guinea Worm, which infected millions of people with worms that slowly and painfully burrow out of the body over 3 months. By 2001, the infection rate was reduced by 98%, with 80% of the remaining cases in the Sudan warzone.
Both members of the electronic dance duo, LMFAO, are indirectly related to President Jimmy Carter through his mother’s side.
The first Black American to become a President is Joseph Jenkins Roberts, who was born a free man in Virginia, moved to Liberia, then became their first President in 1848.
Former US president, Franklin Roosevelt, proposed a second Bill of Rights that assured US citizens such things like the right to a job with a living wage, adequate medical care, the right to a decent home, and the right to a good education.
In 1919, Eisenhower and the Army tried to drive across the country. They barely made it, so Eisenhower built the Interstate Highway System when he became President.