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.
- A second wave of bomb threats sent to Jewish community centers in the evening brought the number of locations threatened on Monday to 29.
- Accounting firm PricewaterhouseCoopers fessed up to the massive Oscars oops that caused "La La Land" to be named best picture instead of "Moonlight" 🙊
- President Trump accused Barack Obama of organizing recent protests against him and leaking information from the White House to the press.
- Elon Musk announced that his SpaceX company will send two tourists around the moon by 2018 🚀🌝