Facts About Warren G. Harding
|Presidency||Warren G. Harding, 29th President of United States, (March 4, 1921 – August 2, 1923)|
|Political Party||Republican Party|
|Born||2 November 1865, near Blooming Grove, Ohio|
|Died||San Francisco, California, around 2 August 1923|
|Cause of Death||Pneumonia|
|Grave||Harding Tomb, Marion, OH|
|Parents||Phoebe Elizabeth Harding > George Tryon Harding|
|Children’s||Elizabeth Ann Blaesing|
More About Warren G. Harding
- Warren G. Harding was dogged by various scandals during his presidency.
- He had affairs with at least two women. Carrie Phillips and Nan Britton.
- He hosted weekly poker games at the White House and once lost all of the White House China gambling.
- Before becoming the president, he was a Teacher, an insurance , a reporter and the owner of a newspaper called Marion Daily Star.
- He was a weak, inept president and many of his advisors were dishonest and later charged with defrauding with government.
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