Trump and Grover Cleveland Have a Lot in Common – Will that Include Winning Two Non-Consecutive Terms?
by Michael A. Genovese
With roots in New York state, a predilection for young women, and campaign scandal, Donald Trump has plenty in common with Grover Cleveland as he seeks to replicate Cleveland's unique political accomplishment.
SOURCE: New York Times
Trump would join several one-term presidents who sought a non-consecutive second term. The effort ended badly for most of them.
by The Shapell Manuscript Foundation
Read the never-before-publishd love letter Cleveland wrote to Frances Folsom.
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