15 little-known facts about US presidents
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15 little-known facts about US presidents

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One did some modeling, one liked to skinny dip and one wasn’t allowed to dance in the White House.

There’s a lot to learn about our nation’s presidents, including some intriguing facts that you often don’t find in textbooks. As we mark Presidents Day, let’s take a look at several of the more interesting and obscure bits of trivia about our former leaders.

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