Executive Branches

Ronald Reagan worked as a lifeguard in his youth at a beach near Dixon, Illinois, and saved more than 75 lives.

Although Bill Clinton’s Presidential library has 40 million White House email messages, it has been said only two of them were sent by the President himself. 

Abraham Lincoln was a licensed bartender and owned a pub in Illinois called Berry & Lincoln. 

He was also extraordinarily strong; he lost only one in 300 wrestling matches and was inducted into the Wrestling Hall of Fame. 

Lincoln’s son, Robert Todd, was pulled from the path of an oncoming train by John Wilkes Booth’s brother, Edwin, a few months before LIncoln’s death. 

Ulysses S. Grant got a speeding ticket riding his horse – twice. 

TEDDY ROOSEVELT became a G.I. Joe action figure in 1999. The toy company kicked off a historical/reality campaign and designed the Presidential doll in his Rough Rider garb. 

John Tyler (1790-1862), our 10th President, has two living grandchildren as of August 2019. Lyon Gardiner Tyler Jr. and Harrison Ruffin Tyler were born in 1924 and 1928, respectively. They are the sons of Lyon Gardiner Tyler Sr., one of the President’s 15 children.

Richard Nixon played the piano, clarinet, saxophone, violin, and accordion. He could play these instruments having never
learned to read music.

Jimmy Carter was the first President born in a hospital and, in 1969, became the only president thus far to report a UFO sighting. 

Like Rutherford Hayes, DONALD TRUMP does not drink alcohol. The addiction-related death of his brother in 1982 has kept him away from alcohol, smoking, and even coffee. And, like JOHN F. KENNEDY, he donates his Presidential salary to charity. 

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