The Presidents As Travelers It would be an exaggeration to say that a great president is by definition a well-traveled one — Abraham Lincoln never left the United States — yet for most, leaving Washington now and then was both edifying and expedient. But if a president spends too much time away from the office, he runs the risk of being dubbed a "Vacation President," as a certain brush-clearing resident of Crawford, TX, has found after spending 469 days at his ranch to date. Check out a slideshow of past presidents on their travels.0 Comments
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