Special Sub-Topic: Hidden Presidents
|When a damsel is in distress she calls for this Prince Charming of a President.|
Adams. There were two Presidents named Adams. John Adams was the 2nd President, and his son John Quincy Adams was the 6th President.
|This leader, called Clint, only wanted to find his cat who was named Socks.|
Clinton. William Jefferson Clinton was our 42nd President. He had a cat named Socks.
|George catches his bus halfway down the block to get to the White House.|
Bush. George H.W. Bush was the 41st President and his son George W. Bush was the 43rd.
|Rob amazes this President every time he plays with his computer in the Oval office.|
Obama. Barack Obama was elected as the 44th President of the United States.
|Martha's knuckles were red after she was done washing tons of dishes after George's inauguration.|
Washington. George Washington was the first President of the United States and is known as "The father of his country".
|James heard that salmon roe makes great caviar for presidential dining.|
Monroe. James Monroe was the 5th President and the last of the "Founding Fathers" to serve as President.
|Being mad is one reason this short President had a frown on his face.|
Madison. James Madison was one of the Founding Fathers and was the third President of the United States.
|My Uncle Jack's only nickname was "Old Hickory". |
Jackson. Andrew Jackson was the 7th President and was known as "Old Hickory".
|I believe this President ate sweet rum and raisin tarts after he beat Dewey in the election.|
Truman. Harry S. Truman was the 34th President and he served as Vice-President under Franklin Roosevelt.
|Once in her car, Terri started driving to Georgia to see Jimmy before he left for the Capitol.|
Carter. James Earl "Jimmy" Carter was the 39th President and a recipient of the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize.
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