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All the President’s Women


The President’s office is where men are supposed to make history, not illegitimate babies. Presidents are expected to act with grace and dignity and set examples for generations to come, not smear prostitutes with their filthy ejaculate, rape helpless young girls or look for places to shove their Jumbos, which as you might not know President Lyndon Johnson lovingly called his male reproductive organ.

Let us take a look at the 15 American presidents who broke our trust in the revered position of the president by engaging in sexual misadventures and making helpless girls the victims of their lust. These presidents were certainly emboldened knowing the powers of the high office they held and thought that no harm shall befall them how-so-ever loud these vulnerable girls screamed.

George Washington (1789 – 1797)

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The country's first president, who is often referred as the ‘Father of his country’, may actually have been the father of a child born out of wedlock with a slave named Venus who lived on the estate of his half-brother.  The New York Times reported that the slave's descendants were seeking a DNA test to prove that they were related to Washington.

Thomas Jefferson (1801 – 1809)

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One of the Founding Fathers of our nation was a rapist.

Jefferson is thought to have fathered six children with a slave, Sally Hemings, during his first term in office. Genealogist Helen M. Leary concluded that the chain of evidence: historical, genealogical, and DNA, all support the conclusion that Thomas Jefferson was indeed the father of all of Hemings' six children.

Andrew Jackson (1829 – 1837)

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Jackson came under fire for his marriage to Rachel Donelson Robards as the two wed before she legally divorced her previous husband.

William Henry Harrison (1841 – 1841)

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Harrison, the shortest-tenured president in the history of the US was believed to have engaged in a sexual relationship with one of his slaves, Dilsia. It is claimed that together they bore six children.

John Tyler (1841 – 1845)

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The Washington Post reported that Tyler, who served as the president after Harrison's death, was accused by an author of having fathered children with his Virginia slaves. He also stands accused of having sold few of his slave children to support his family.

James Garfield (1881 – 1881)

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Garfield, another short-tenured president, stands accused of having an extramarital affair in 1862 while he was a Civil War general.

Grover Cleveland (1885 – 1889 and 1893 – 1897)

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The Buffalo Evening Telegraph broke a story that 10 years prior to his presidential bid, Cleveland had a child with a woman named Maria Halpin. After giving birth to the child Halpin was admitted under murky circumstances to a local asylum for the insane while the child was adopted by another family. Doctors from that institution, when interviewed by the press, corroborated Halpin’s insistence that she was not, in fact, in need of committing.

Halpin said that her affair with Cleveland was not consensual, alleging she was raped. Cleveland denied those allegations and won the presidency.

Warren Harding (1921 – 1923)

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Harding was long believed to have fathered a child out of his marriage. Harding was said to have done so with an American secretary named Nan Britton. A DNA test conducted in 2015 found the fact to be true. Nan Britton’s memoir paints a picture of Harding being a crude womanizer wherein in one of its famous passages she describes of them having sex in a coat closet in the executive office of the White House.

In 1964, more than 250 love letters were discovered that Mr. Harding wrote to Mrs. James Phillips of Marion Ohio, between 1909 and 1920 confirming Nan Britton’s portrayal of Harding being a crude womanizer was real.

At the time of his death in 1923, it was rumored that Harding's wife, Florence, had poisoned him for his infidelity.

Franklin D. Roosevelt (1933 – 1945)

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Roosevelt had numerous extra-marital affairs, including one with Lucy Mercer who was his wife Eleanor's social secretary. The relationship blossomed soon after she was hired in early 1914 and has since then garnered a lot of attention. Eleanor wanted to divorce Roosevelt upon the discovery of love letters that Mercer had written to Roosevelt. Roosevelt’s mother Sara intervened and the marriage was saved.

He is also rumored to have been in romantic relationships with other women including Daisy Suckley, Princess Martha Of Sweden, Dorothy Schiff, and Missy LeHand with whom he has an affair for 20 long years. Roosevelt rewrote his will to leave half of his $3 million estate in the name of Missy LeHand.

Dwight D. Eisenhower (1953-1961)

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Eisenhower had a lengthy affair with Kay Summersby who served as his chauffeur and would later become his personal secretary. She later detailed their relationship after his death. According to former President Harry Truman, Eisenhower in 1945 had asked a general's permission to divorce his wife so he could marry Summersby. The permission was denied. "Whether he and Kay were intimate remains a matter of conjecture. But there is no question they were in love," wrote Eisenhower’s biographer Jean Edward.

John F. Kennedy (1961 – 1963)

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Kennedy had a no dearth of high-profile romantic affairs, of which the one that got the maximum public attention was that with the movie star Marilyn Monroe. Others on the list of having a romantic affair with JFK are Jayne Mansfield, Angie Dickinson, Gene Tierney, famous stripper Blaze Starr, painter Mary Pinchot Meyer, mobster moll Judith Exner Campbell, and three White House interns commonly referred to as Fiddle, Faddle and Mimi which were the code names of Priscilla Ware, Jill Cowen and Marion Beardsley respectively. Marion said that President Kennedy took her virginity in his wife's bed in the summer of 1962. Marion further added that President Kennedy would sometimes have a threesome with the three of them. Kennedy once said his father, Joseph Kennedy, told his sons to get "laid as often as possible." John certainly was an obedient son.

Lyndon B. Johnson (1963 – 1969)

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Johnson reportedly had a number of affairs, including one of 21 years with Madeleine Brown and another of 30 years with a woman named Alice Glass. In addition to claiming that a son was born out of their relationship, Brown also implicated Johnson in a conspiracy that finally led to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. A Johnson biographer wrote that when "people mentioned Kennedy's many affairs, Johnson would bang the table and declare that he had more women by accident than Kennedy ever had on purpose.

George H.W. Bush (1989 – 1993)

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He stands accused of having romantic and sexual affairs with two women, one being a White House staffer during his administration and another being a woman he allegedly carried out a relationship with during the 1960s. Bush, as most American presidents before him did and the ones after him followed when faced with similar accusations, denied both allegations. He is also accused by at least 8 women of groping them, including Roslyn Corrigan who describing the incident said, “he dropped his hands down to my buttocks and gave it a nice, ripe squeeze.”

Bill Clinton (1993 – 2001)

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Clinton's sexual escapades and the allegations of misconduct against him are the most notable in recent memory prior to Trump. The most high-profile incident involved his affair with Monica Lewinsky, though other women such as Paula Jones, Gennifer Flowers, Kathleen Willey, Elizabeth Ward Gracen, and Juanita Broaddrick have all levied accusation of sexual misconduct against him. Juanita Broaddrick accused Clinton of raping her in 1978 when he was Arkansas attorney general. Describing Broaddrick’s confession the Washington Post described the incident in the following words: “She resisted his advances, she said, but soon he pulled her back onto the bed and forcibly had sex with her. She said she did not scream because everything happened so quickly. Her upper lip was bruised and swollen after the encounter because, she said, he had grabbed onto it with his mouth. 'The last thing he said to me was, "You better get some ice for that." And he put on his sunglasses and walked out the door,' she recalled.”

George W. Bush (2001 – 2009)

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President Bush was alleged of raping a 35-year old black Texas woman named Margie Schoedinger. She claimed Bush was guilty of “race-based harassment and individual sex crimes committed against her and her husband.” Less than a year after filing the complaint against Bush, Schoedinger was dead of what the police described as a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head.

He is also alleged to have engaged in an 18-month sexual affair with a 35-year old former stripper named Tammy Phillips, with the affair concluding in 1999.

Author: USA Really