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Most Americans believe that in the past our presidents were smarter, more honest, and behaved more like gentlemen than those we elect today. "Long before Watergate, Contragate, Travelgate, Nannygate, and Monicagate, our presidents were lying, cheating, stealing, and womanizing." White House: Confidential authors Gregg Stebben and Austin Hill. White House: Confidential i Most Americans believe that in the past our presidents were smarter, more honest, and behaved more like gentlemen than those we elect today. "Long before Watergate, Contragate, Travelgate, Nannygate, and Monicagate, our presidents were lying, cheating, stealing, and womanizing." White House: Confidential authors Gregg Stebben and Austin Hill. White House: Confidential is a clear-eyed look at America's long line of presidents, warts and all. Focusing on the qualities that never made it into the press releases, the authors look at the strange family relationships, scandals that engulfed their administrations, fights with enemies, and questionable money matters. The first controversial edition of White House: Confidential featured: A "presidential score card" of which presidents cheated on their wives (and with whom) Random acts of goofy presidential behavior Their frequently accurate predictions of their own demise Their comments on leaving office How they died Presidential firsts And the role of vice presidents Two new chapters have been added in this revised and updated edition: "Impeached!" looks at how impeachment and the threat of impeachment have affected several presidents. "Nepotism! A Family Affair!" shows how presidential relatives have exploited their connections. Yet others have used a relative's presidency as a springboard to their own. PRAISE FOR WHITE HOUSE: CONFIDENTIAL: "The authors are superbly gifted, almost facile writers; one might describe them as the Cheech and Chong of presidential history." Bob Cheeks, IntellectualConservative.com "Although it's far from a textbook, its anecdotes and analysis make for an entertaining afternoon." Kyle Tonniges, The Reader


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Most Americans believe that in the past our presidents were smarter, more honest, and behaved more like gentlemen than those we elect today. "Long before Watergate, Contragate, Travelgate, Nannygate, and Monicagate, our presidents were lying, cheating, stealing, and womanizing." White House: Confidential authors Gregg Stebben and Austin Hill. White House: Confidential i Most Americans believe that in the past our presidents were smarter, more honest, and behaved more like gentlemen than those we elect today. "Long before Watergate, Contragate, Travelgate, Nannygate, and Monicagate, our presidents were lying, cheating, stealing, and womanizing." White House: Confidential authors Gregg Stebben and Austin Hill. White House: Confidential is a clear-eyed look at America's long line of presidents, warts and all. Focusing on the qualities that never made it into the press releases, the authors look at the strange family relationships, scandals that engulfed their administrations, fights with enemies, and questionable money matters. The first controversial edition of White House: Confidential featured: A "presidential score card" of which presidents cheated on their wives (and with whom) Random acts of goofy presidential behavior Their frequently accurate predictions of their own demise Their comments on leaving office How they died Presidential firsts And the role of vice presidents Two new chapters have been added in this revised and updated edition: "Impeached!" looks at how impeachment and the threat of impeachment have affected several presidents. "Nepotism! A Family Affair!" shows how presidential relatives have exploited their connections. Yet others have used a relative's presidency as a springboard to their own. PRAISE FOR WHITE HOUSE: CONFIDENTIAL: "The authors are superbly gifted, almost facile writers; one might describe them as the Cheech and Chong of presidential history." Bob Cheeks, IntellectualConservative.com "Although it's far from a textbook, its anecdotes and analysis make for an entertaining afternoon." Kyle Tonniges, The Reader

30 review for White House Confidential: Revised and Expanded Edition

  1. 5 out of 5

    Teresa Miller

    Some very interesting fact on our government

  2. 4 out of 5

    Budd Margolis

    A good basic compilation of some useful, informative and fun facts about the office of the President.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Sharon Adkins

    This book was really interesting but almost impossible to read on my phone. The format is not meant for kindle on the phone.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ajay Ajay

    It's many sensational stories of the White House; the First President and the First Lady among the value mortals in stories immortalised in the walls of those Georgian arts. If you are interested to know the truth over gossips of First Family, turn the pages of this book. You'll never be disappointed.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Fred

    Not a lot of depth, but some interesting factoids for those fascinated with the White House and its occupants through the years. Some of it might be true, a lot of it probably isn't, but it is entertaining.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michelle Elizabeth

    Awesome book!

  7. 5 out of 5

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