Lahore: Despite living their lives in completely contradictory ways, the new US President Joe Biden and his fierce political opponent Donald Trump have some special features in common. Like they don’t drink or smoke.
According to the January 16, 2018 edition of the well-known American financial and business news website “Business Insider”, this was clearly mentioned in the report of Dr. Ronnie Jackson, a White House physician, about former President Donald Trump. That they are much healthier than that. At least because he didn’t drink.
The media house said: “Trump has avoided both (smoking and alcohol) for the rest of his life.”
On October 30, 2020, the New York Times maintained: “For the first time in modern history, the two leading candidates for the White House are tattoos. President Trump and his Democratic opponent, Joseph Biden Jr., have their own accounts. According to biographers and others who have observed him over the years, this is also due to all of Biden and Trump’s own obvious differences, character and background. There are some similarities in the scene. He grew up in a family of alcoholics. Trump’s brother died because of it, and Biden’s favorite uncle, whom he grew up with. They drank heavily.
The popular newspaper said: “Both Washington and New York have distanced themselves from Biden’s boozy social circuits because he used to come to his family home in Delaware every night and Trump because he felt more comfortable at home watching television. Do. “
American presidents who were fond of drinking and smoking:
Taking a look at the lifestyles of various former US presidents, the New York Times further reveals: Those who loved their cocktails were as famous as Richard Nixon, London Johnson and Martin Van Bourne, or the Blue Whistleblower. Bush stopped at his 40th birthday because he decided he was too big. Drinks, though his father, George HW Bush, enjoys martini at the end of the day.
Jimmy Carter kept strong alcohol out of the White House, which made him famous for being a tightrope walker.
Meanwhile, an archival research by “War and Geo TV” shows that the first US President, George Washington, produced about 11,000 gallons in 1799, making it one of the largest whiskey distilleries in the United States. I joined When it was completed in 1797, it was the largest in the United States.
In fact, George Washington dumped the entire budget of his election campaign on 160 gallons of alcohol to serve potential voters. Success greeted him!
There have been a few presidents in the United States who liked their cigars.
The 18th president, Alice Grant, had a close relationship with cigars. In the pictures, he was often presented with his beloved cigar. Grant is reported to have smoked about 20 cigarettes a day. She died of throat cancer.
Calvin College, President, from 1923 to 1929, was often seen in public with his cigar.
He offered cigars when he invited members of Congress to discuss the proposed legislation.
Andrew Jackson and his wife Rachel were so regular users of tobacco that they spit brass in the White House. It is reported that Mrs. Jackson smoked two cigars in one night while sitting in her rocking chair before a fire broke out.
Zachary Taylor smoked cigars but only in the presence of fellow male smokers. William Taft, the 27th president, entered the White House as a cigar smoker but resigned while in office.
The 29th President, Warren Harding, brought his cigar joke from his Ohio home to the White House.
Herbert Hoover was a cigar smoker while dealing with the effects of the Great Depression.
Chester Arthur, the 21st president, enjoyed a sumptuous dinner, ending with champagne and expensive imported cigars.
President Benjamin Harrison was a moderate cigar smoker from 1889 to 1993, but he provided guests with honorary cigars at the White House.
The 25th President, William McKinley, has never been seen smoking in public, but privately, he has been obsessed with smoking his beloved imported Garcia.
John F. Kennedy was the most famous cigar smoker among modern American presidents.
He still smoked when he was young. He reportedly once asked his press secretary to buy 1,000 Cuban cigars before signing a ban on Cuban tobacco products.