THE PRESIDENCY: The Youngest Brother

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The White House servant, tray in hand, tapped on the door of the Upstairs Red Room. Where did the guest want his breakfast served? "Would you take it to the President's room?" asked the guest. Moments later, the guest followed the servant across the hall to the spacious south bedroom occupied by the President of the U.S. He entered and found Dwight Eisenhower in shirtsleeves, already wading through the morning papers and his usual breakfast beefsteak (rare). At sight of the visitor, Ike's face broke into a grin of particular welcome....

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