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We've all heard the countless times Trump went on national television and discussed his strange fascination with his daughter, Ivanka, stating that she's very attractive and that he would gladly marry her if he weren't her dad. But president Grover Cleveland took this to a whole new level when he did, in a way, marry his own daughter.

Cleveland first met his future wife and first lady Frances Folsom, shortly after her birth, as he was a close friend of her father. But when her father died in 1875, Cleveland was granted his estate when Frances was only 11. Though he was never legally appointed as her guardian, Cleveland did take some responsibilities towards the girl. Once she was in college, the two started a romantic partnership that led to marriage and to Frances becoming the youngest first lady in history, at the age of 21.

 

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Trump talks a lot of shit, but let's talk this little piece of trivia about President Lyndon B Johnson that involves shit.  Basically, the man used to conduct interviews from the bathroom. Johnson would often find himself quite busy, and in an attempt to speed things up, would ask reporters and aides to accompany him to the bathroom when he needed to go, to refrain from having to halt the conversation. Reports say Johnson would often be okay with exposing his genitals during these bathroom chats, to men and women alike, which is way weirder than just sending dick pics.

 

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Johnson had to be sworn in as President following the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. Reports say that after visiting Lincoln's deathbed, Johnson got very inebriated and even passed out for several minutes. To quickly get him ready for his swearing-in ceremony, a doctor was called to check his puffy eyes, and a barber was called to clean up his mud-filled hair. This wasn't even Johnson's first drunken inauguration, as he had also reportedly shown up drunk to Lincoln's second inauguration ceremony. Somehow, this managed to be the high point of his presidency... 

 

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Trying to progress the technology of his time, Harrison was proud to be the first President to introduce electricity to the White House. However, although he was the most powerful man in the world, Harrison was too afraid to touch the light switches himself, fearing he would get electrocuted. Harrison and his wife would end up often sleeping with the lights on.