And, doubtless, the everyday stress of the presidency and the relentless glare of the spotlight would seem to intensify and enhance those faults.
Indeed, finding fault with the one public official elected by all the people of the country would appear to be be our national duty, if not our honor. Was Richard Nixon’s paranoia his downfall? Were Jimmy Carter and his cohorts really that incompetent, that clueless? Could Franklin Delano Roosevelt have been any more . . . .
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