Showing posts with label U.S Presidents. Show all posts
Showing posts with label U.S Presidents. Show all posts

Sunday, December 10, 2023

Unveiling the Spectacle: 10 Unbelievable Twists and Turns from the Epic Drama of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election!

Step into the extraordinary world of the 2020 U.S. presidential election, where every twist and turn was a chapter in an unprecedented saga. From record-breaking voter turnout to historic milestones and unexpected controversies, the journey to the White House was a spectacle that captivated the globe. Buckle up as we unravel the 10 craziest facts that defined the drama, humor, and historical significance of this remarkable electoral event.

1. Record-Breaking Voter Turnout: The 2020 U.S. presidential election witnessed the highest voter turnout in over a century, with more than 159 million Americans casting their votes, showcasing an unprecedented level of civic engagement.

2. Mail-In Voting Surge: In response to the global pandemic, a historic number of voters chose mail-in ballots. Over 65 million Americans opted for this method, marking a significant shift in voting patterns.

3. Historic Vice President-Elect: Kamala Harris made history by becoming the first female, first Black, and first Asian-American Vice President-elect, breaking barriers and inspiring a new era of representation.

4. Twitter Milestone: President-elect Joe Biden’s victory tweet became the most liked tweet in Twitter history, reflecting the immense global interest and support for the election outcome.

5. “Nevada Men” and “Arizona Women” Trends: Unconventional trends emerged on social media, with nicknames like “Nevada Men” and “Arizona Women” being used to humorously personify states as if they were making decisions in a dramatic narrative.

6. Sharpiegate Controversy: The use of Sharpie markers on ballots in Arizona led to online speculation and controversy, creating a unique and unexpected aspect of the election narrative.

7. Four Seasons Total Landscaping Press Conference: The Trump campaign held a press conference at Four Seasons Total Landscaping in Philadelphia, leading to a mix-up with the luxury hotel chain, creating a memorable and unusual moment.

8. Postal Service Drama: Concerns about the United States Postal Service’s ability to handle mail-in ballots added an extra layer of drama and tension to the election, prompting public discourse and awareness.

9. “I Voted” Stickers in Space: NASA astronaut Kate Rubins cast her vote from the International Space Station, emphasizing the lengths some Americans went to participate in this historic election.

10. Unprecedented Legal Battles: The 2020 election spurred numerous legal battles, with both campaigns contesting results in various states, adding a layer of legal drama seldom seen in recent U.S. elections.

Friday, February 17, 2023

10 Facts about Donald Trump!


1. President Donald John Trump presided over the country as the 45th president from January 20, 2017, to January 20, 2021.  
2. On June 14, 1946, in Queens, New York City, Trump was born. 
3. He is a politician, businessman, and TV personality.  
4. He earned a Bachelor of Science in economics from the University of Pennsylvania's Wharton School in 1968. 
5. Trump founded The Trump Organization, a global real estate development and management organization with a wide range of assets and enterprises. 
6. From 2004 to 2015, he served as the host of the reality TV program "The Apprentice." 
7. On June 16, 2015, Trump declared his intention to run for president. In July 2016, he received the Republican nomination. 
8. During his administration, the House of Representatives impeached him twice; the first time was in December 2019 and the second time was in January 2021; both times, the Senate found him not guilty. 
9. During the Capitol riot in January 2021, Trump was blocked from a number of social media sites, including Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram. 
10. Trump is the only president in American history to be impeached twice, lose the popular vote in both the 2016 and 2020 elections, but win the electoral college in one (2016).

Friday, August 2, 2013

First President to Fly on the Plane

Theodore Roosevelt 

U.S 26th President, Theodor Roosevelt (1901 - 1909) was the first president to fly on the plane in 1910. 

Learn more about President Roosevelt


Source: Inside Air Force One. [Internet]. 2013. The History Channel website. Available from: [Accessed 3 Aug 2013]

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