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19 Times the President Was the Funniest Person In America

From Lincoln to Roosevelt and Reagan to Obama, every president has to play comedian-in-chief when duty calls.

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Jimmy Carter on the Perks of an Ex-Presidency

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Ronald Reagan on Dire Circumstances

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Bill Clinton on Management

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Abraham Lincoln on Honesty

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Woodrow Wilson on Efficiency

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Franklin D. Roosevelt, When Told His Wife Was In a Prison

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John F. Kennedy on His Mother’s Dreams

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Lyndon Johnson on An Unbiased Media

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George W. Bush on His Reputation

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George Bush Sr. on the Key To Success

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Andrew Johnson on the Georgraphy of Washington, D.C.

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Theodore Roosevelt on the #1 Source of Grief

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Herbert Hoover on the Next Generation

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Harry Truman on Economists

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Dwight Eisenhower on the Problem With Government

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William Henry Harrison on the English

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Calvin Coolidge on Keeping Your Mouth Shut

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Andrew Jackson on Unity

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Barack Obama in Conclusion

Originally Published in Reader's Digest