Warren Harding

NOUN
  1. 29th President of the United States; two of his appointees were involved in the Teapot Dome scandal (1865-1823)
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  • Warren Harding's extramarital exertions would provoke titters only after his death, when a tell-all memoir by one of his mistresses, Nan Britton, boasted of assignations in a White House cloakroom.
  • The two major candidates were Democrat James Cox and Republican Warren Harding.
  • In his book Blink, Gladwell says the "Warren Harding error" led supporters to assume he'd be a good President simply because he appeared stately and presidential. It didn't quite work out that way.
  • In nineteen twenty, Americans elected Republican Warren Harding to the presidency.
  • Meanwhile, Woodrow Wilson preferred white buckskin shoes in size 9 and Warren Harding wore spats representative of the Victorian era.
  • The two major candidates were Democrat James Cox and Republican Warren Harding.
  • The term was made popular by Warren Harding, campaigning for America's presidency in the wake of the first world war.
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