The Presidential Daily Brief


  1. The Love Letters of President Warren G. Harding

    Students struggling to recall the short, corrupt presidency of Warren G. Harding in the 1920s now have the benefit of a fun fact: The 29th president called his penis “Jerry.” In 106 letters to longtime mistress Carrie Fulton Phillips, which his family fought to suppress, Harding’s salacious prose rivals the Starr Report. Harding’s requests to “bury my face on your pillowing breasts” and “take you to Mount Jerry” will become public record when the Library of Congress releases the letters on July 29.


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