Saturday, April 22, 2017

Fact of the Day: President Driving

One of the things that modern presidents cannot do once taking office is drive themselves on public roads. However Presidents like Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush did drive on their own private property as they both had ranches. 

12 comments:

  1. I can see where you have to keep them safe and maybe working in the back seat....unless you're #45.

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  2. Let secret service deal with stupid drivers, a win.

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  3. If you like to drive, that kinda sucks, but totally understandable for security reasons, I guess....

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  4. My king and queen are often seen in public, riding their bicycles when they take their kids to school haha

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  5. ! Have a lovely Day! 🌻🌻🌻🌷🌷🌷

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  6. Oh interesting I didn´t know this~
    Thanks for share
    xx

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  7. I wouldn't mind having a driver...or a chef, a maid or a personal assistant for all the other little things I don't want to do. lol

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  8. I remember seeing pictures of Reagan driving a Jeep on his ranch.

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  9. Can he actually drive???????????
    Seems that he tweeted overnight the following: "Welcome home VP" !!!
    VP Pense is presently 1.30 pm Sunday (Australian time) enjoying a sightseeing trip on Sydney Harbour and doesn't leave here until tomorrow with a stopover in Hawaii.
    Good God, Turnip Top doesn't even know where his VP actually is!!!!
    There you are Kay - give him a lovely flowery necktie on behalf of of the Hawaiian people! ha ha.
    Colin

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  10. I was wondering like Huggybear above if Trump can actually drive. I'd love a chauffeur, myself! I hope that you and Daisy are enjoying a nice weekend together.

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  11. That makes sense for safety reasons. Personally, I could get used to a chauffeur!

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