In honor of Presidents’ Day, here is a bit of presidential trivia:

  • ♦  John Quincy Adams regularly skinny-dipped in the Potomac.
  • ♦  James Buchanan was the only bachelor president.
  • ♦  Ulysses S. Grant got a $20 speeding ticket on his horse.
  • ♦  William Harding lost the White House china in a poker game.
  • ♦  Gerald and Betty Ford were fashion models.
  • ♦  Herbert Hoover and his wife both spoke Chinese.
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