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Saturday, May 13, 2017


Doesn’t matter if we’re busy or not; Republican or Democrat we all have time for a cup of coffee—even our Presidents.

On January 20, 1961, President John F. Kennedy and Vice President hurry to sip coffee before the next float goes by at JFKs inaugural parade.  Former President Harry Truman and First Lady Bess seem to be looking for a White House steward to bring them some coffee.
While campaigning in Texas before the 1976 election, Ronald Reagan  goes through the breakfast line for his cup of coffee before speaking to students at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.  Co-ed Dawn Terry from Richland Junior College does the honors.

Who's buying? President Bill Clinton chats up future voters while in line at Starbucks.

President Gerald Ford and Family enjoy coffee and breakfast at Camp David.

President and Mrs. Pat Nixon enjoy coffee
on the Truman Balcony, White House

President George W. Bush
looks downright smug with
his cup of “How do you
like me, now” coffee.

Starbucks customer asks President Barrack Obama to pose for a selfie in return for him cutting in line.

President Dwight Eisenhower and Vice President Richard Nixon toast each other with cups of coffee during the Inaugural parade in 1953.

President Richard Nixon enjoying a hot cup of post White House coffee with his friends at a California diner near his home.

Who knows what Vice President Hubert Humphrey is thinking as he watches President Lyndon Johnson sip his cup of coffee.  Bets, anyone?

Jimmy Carter on the Presidential campaign trail took his coffee to go
President Franklin Roosevelt enjoys a meal and
cup of coffee with service men at a quonset
mess hall in the Aleutian Islands, 1944.

Even the King enjoyed his cup of coffee


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