9. Gerald Ford
13. Dwight D. Eisenhower (not found)
The lack of an Ike-with-a-beer photo is truly unfortunate. Eisenhower first dipped his toe into national politics with the “hot dogs and beer” speech—a paean to an American identity that he saw slipping away. “Some people wanted champagne and caviar,” Eisenhower declared, “when they should have had beer and hot dogs.”
Here’s a photo of Ike eating a hot dog, anyway.
- Donald Trump marveled at how "brilliantly" Hitler seized power during a 2000 visit to a Holocaust museum.
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