Among the predecessors of the 46th US President, Joe Biden, rode Washington, Ted Roosevelt, and Ford was an American college football star.
|Richard Nixon was one of the most prolific presidents athletes in the United States|
Joe Biden He was sworn in on January 20, and at that point became the 46th president of US history since July 4, 1776. Biden, the 78-year-old Democrat, who has so far kneeled Donald Trump on his knees in a controversial manner thus far, played American football at a young age – He was dressed in the colors of a private Catholic high school in Delaware called the Academy of Arshmire.
And nearly all of his predecessors also worshiped a form of aerobic exercise, which reinforces the image of the athletic and action-packed leader in Americans.
For example, one of the founding fathers, who enthusiastically attacked him by the BLM today, was the first to assume the presidency. George Washington (1789–1797), who (as we know from the memories of one of his successors and comrades in arms, Thomas Jefferson) was one of the greatest knights of his time and, if time allowed, had already struggled to worship his favorite pastime. But only when he was not practicing wrestling, archery, swimming or billiards, because he also practiced these sports at a particularly high level.
Nowadays, she has also positioned herself on a pedestal Abraham Lincoln (1861-1865) He loved wrestling as a young man and reportedly suffered only one defeat, and his sport was so grateful to him that in 1992 it was the National Wrestling Hall of Fame.Awesome american (Distinguished American). Lincoln is noted to have put the arm of the neighboring township, Jack Armstrong, on the shoulders of a small-town reception in Illinois in the early 1830s. It is true that the sad glory of the president (there were four of them) who died first in an armed assassination is also his.
He was an established Republican at the age of 43 after the assassination of William McKinley in 1901 Theodore Roosevelt (1901-1909) He was an obsessive boxing fan, even as president, he regularly quarreled with his subordinates in the White House, and his athletic career only ended when a young army artillery officer seriously injured his eye. His cousin, the only one in American history, was elected three times for a four-year term (he can no longer be president for more than eight years today), but
|Franklin D. Roosevelt|
Unlike TED, he is democratic Franklin Delano Roosevelt (1933-1945) couldn’t think of elite sports due to polio. At the same time, he was not only able to swim, but with three strenuous exercises per week, he was able to properly train his arm and torso and also be able to perform his chair in a wheelchair, like winning WWII. In any case, after his first election, as a result of a fundraiser from the New York Daily News, a 50-foot-long pool was built inside the White House for the president to keep while he worked. (His successor, Not-Crazy Harry Truman, installed the first bowling alley in the White House …)
|Dwight D. Eisenhower|
Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961) He played fullback and full-back in the US soccer team at the United States Military Academy at West Point, once in a match against Carlisle in 1912 with Jim Thorpe, in ten and five subsequent trials he also faced on the field with his Olympic champions, Was deprived of the Stockholm Gold Medal for professional trial (and rehabilitated after seventy years) – Eisenhower’s severe knee injury marked the end of the duel. As head of World War I, the 1960s “Ike” remembered Thorpe as if he was the best of them all without much training. At the same time, Eisenhower’s heart was beating not for American football but for baseball, it was hard to tell that he was not on West Point.
|John F. Kennedy|
“This was probably the biggest disappointment of my life …” – he said shortly before his death, indicating that he was still victorious in 1960 over his deputy, Richard Nixon. John Fitzgerald Kennedy His victory did not bear him much. However, the athlete suffered a seventh infarction in 1969.
JFK was handsome and charismatic, but, unlike others, was not able to deliver a particular sports career. True, like his brothers, he swam and played American football at Harvard, as well as played golf quite skillfully. With his Irish ancestors in mind, he cheered for the Boston Red Sox and played a lot at Senate baseball games in Washington, but he used the sport not to play sports, but to promote himself at a VIP game inn with his glamorous wife, Jackie. Until he visited Dallas on November 22, 1963 …
Richard Nixon (1969–1974) It was one of the greatest sports anyway, as not only did bowling complete the White House single-lane track in 1973, but it didn’t stop at American football to get in the way. He could have done this more easily because he was a good buddy of Washington Redskins head coach George Allen, so then, according to an urban legend to this day, he played in a playoff against the San Francisco 49th the day after Christmas in 1971 (his debut with the Copperheads) They fought …) Allen himself suggested the call, after which the 49ers turned and knocked the Washington team out of the playoffs. But the Watergate case was definitely not the result of this major bug …
Vice President, replace it under duress Gerald Ford (1974-1977) He appeared on the playing field in American football, but so much so that in 1994 he also retired from his 48th jersey at his former alma mater, University of Michigan. Even in the 1930s, when he was studying there, he was a true star on the school team, leading as a center, midfielder, and not infrequently as a tall snapper in 1932 and 1933 to a national championship title, plus an unbeaten Michigan. For a year, the team didn’t go that far, but against a favorite Minnesota at the time, Ford helped Michigan defend such a first half 0-0 that he remembered the heroic battle even as president: “During my twenty-five years in the cruel world of politics, I often thought about that match of 1934. And this memory has often helped me be able to make every effort for good in a difficult situation, almost without a chance …” Then, in 1935, Jerry Ford managed to climb to Soldier Field against the Chicago Bears, even in the Chicago College All-Star Game, and brilliantly stood there as well. It was when he graduated from college, he vehemently turned down an NFL offer to the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers, and then went on to study law at Yale, where he became a boxing coach and assistant coach on the university’s NFL team for diversity. Later, US Vice President and then President.
Ford’s Democratic successor, Jimmy Carter (1977-1981) He played tennis and basketball excellently at Plains High School, Georgia, and in Annapolis, where he enrolled in the famous US Naval Academy, not only a member of the unbeaten melee team, but also among the best in the very short distances, 100 And 150 yards. Due. But as president, he preferred fishing at Camp David (and between trout fishing in 1978, he signed the famous agreement with Anwar Sadad and Menachem Begin, which resulted in the Egyptian president and the Israeli prime minister receiving the Nobel Peace Prize) and quail fishing in Georgia.
When Carter was older, he only enjoyed running, just like that George Bush Sr. (1989-1993), who visited Budapest, which was on the verge of regime change, more than half a year after his election, and also made sure that his bodyguards and Hungarian restaurant service were in a hurry because of his hobby. Bush, who was a regular athlete on his trips abroad, decided on the afternoon of July 12 to play tennis at the Iron Pasaréti Sports Center, but his partner, chosen from the embassy, didn’t come (who could and how did his career develop?), So he ran ten laps . That is, a surprise four kilometers between the bodyguards who run with him and the young footballers of the athletes … At the dawn of his career of course, Bush did not prefer running and tennis, but he played baseball seriously, and was his first racket at Yale in 1947 and 1948. For the university team that arrived To the College World Series Championships. It is true that California 1st and 2nd Southern California proved to be better than Yale’s.
Bush predecessor, Ronald Reagan (1981-1989), in addition to being a member of the American football team and captain of swimmers as an undergraduate at Eureka College in Illinois, he often played sports on screen. For example, he played Notre Dame football superstar George Gibb in the 1940 movie “Knute Rockne, All American,” baseball star Grover Cleveland Alexander in The Winning Team (1952), and played sports radio commentator countless times (or voiced his voice) Only) once he was working on the microphone by himself in his youth. As the governor of California, his assistant was former Jack Kemp Beals’ manager Jack Kemp, who took over from the Republicans until his vice presidential nomination in 1996. The day after Ronald Reagan’s death on June 5, 2004, the NBA Grand Final began between Loos Angeles Lakers and Detroit Pistons – 19,000 spectators at Staples Center and the two teams said a fragile goodbye to the former president before the match …
smallest Bush, George W. (2001-2009) He also studied at Yale, but was far from playing baseball as skillfully as his dad is the most competent in sports (and politics …). True, between 1989 and 1994, he co-owns his favorite MLB team, Texas Rangers. In contrast, in 1993, at the age of 46, he ran the Houston Marathon smoothly – with a time of 3:44:52. As president, in 2002, at age 55, he put the 20:29 three-mile drive on the table, and after leaving the White House, he began to show an unexpected interest in mountain biking – often mountain biking at his home in Texas for more than seventy. .
Barack Obama (2009-2017), now replaced by Vice President Joe Biden, grew up in Hawaii, where he had not yet dreamed of becoming president of the United States one day, but envisioned his future as a basketball star. In Punahou, he once wrote in the diary of a classmate: “I hope you are hired for that and after becoming a professional basketball player you will help me land a lubricated contract …” Obama won the state championship with Buffanblu in 1979, playing after 23 years of age great Michael Jordan, helping his team secure two points off the bench in the final 60-28 against Moanalua.
Donald Trump (2017-2021) As a brilliant businessman, of course, he did not wrestle or baseball, rather, he worshiped golf, and during his presidency he came into conflict with the American sports elite countless times. When Colin Caipernix kneels during the American Anthem in 2017, he sent them to their mother with unwanted words and said he would never watch American football again. All LeBron wrote about James on Twitter was that he thought he was a pretty stupid man, and he made a somewhat ironic statement about athletes in general – who, of course, have been hesitant by fans to visit him at the White House after winning the championship for several decades.
With politically corrected Democrat Joe Biden, they will not have such a problem, only the new president, who occasionally shows signs of dementia, will recognize his visitors …
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