Oldest Surviving Photograph of a U.S. President Has Surfaced … – Smithsonian

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Oldest Surviving Photograph of a U.S. President Has Surfaced …SmithsonianThe 1843 daguerreotype of John Quincy Adams was discovered by a descendant of Vermont Representative Horace Everett.This Oldest Surviving Photo of a U.S. President May Sell for $ 250,000+PetaPixel (blog)

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Factbox: Steps for removing a US president from office – Reuters

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Factbox: Steps for removing a US president from officeReuters(Reuters) – President Donald Trump has faced strong criticism for his actions regarding investigations into Russia's role in the 2016 U.S. election and contacts between his campaign and Moscow. Trump has denied any collusion by the campaign and has …and more »

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Found: Oldest Known Photo of a US President (Socks and All) – New York Times

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Found: Oldest Known Photo of a US President (Socks and All)New York TimesIn August 1843, the former president, then 76, sat for a photographer during a visit to upstate New York and pronounced the results “all hideous.” Unfortunately for him, a daguerreotype from that sitting surfaced at an antiques shop in 1970, priced at …and more »

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Trump again blames Charlottesville violence on both sides – BBC News

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Trump again blames Charlottesville violence on both sidesBBC NewsUS President Donald Trump has again blamed both sides for the violent unrest in Charlottesville, Virginia, which left one protester dead and others injured. In a statement on Monday, he had condemned white supremacists. But in New York on Tuesday he …US President Trump's Response to Charlottesville EventsHuman Rights Watch

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US President Trump's Response to Charlottesville EventsHuman Rights WatchIn a statement to the media on August 14, 2017, US President Donald Trump finally condemned racism and racist violence, including by “the K.K.K., neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups.” His remarks followed a public outcry for his failure …Trump calls KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists 'repugnant'CNN

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