____ was born on July 4, 1872, in Plymouth, Vermont, the son of John ____ and Victoria Moor ____. He was named John ____ for his father but dropped the John when he graduated from college. His boyhood was saddened by the illness of his mother and her death when he was 12 years old. In 1905, ____ married Grace Anna Goodhue of Burlington, Vermont. ____ served as the governor of Massachusetts from 1919 to 1920. At the Republican Convention the next year he was nominated for the vice-presidency on the first ballot. Vice President ____ was visiting his family in Vermont when President Harding died unexpectedly, and thus, became the thirtieth president of the United States. ____ was sworn in as president at 2:47 a.m. by his father while in the family farmhouse.
This president had an electronic horse installed in the White House that he rode almost every day.
During this president's term, Walt Disney created the first Mickey Mouse cartoon, "Steamboat Willie."
This president once said, "If you don't say anything, you won't be called on to repeat it."
While governor of Massachusetts, this president was once punched in the eye by the mayor of Boston.
This president once said "I've noticed that nothing I've never said has hurt me."
Who is this president?
Woodrow Wilson Theodore Roosevelt Franklin D. Roosevelt William Clinton Warren Harding Calvin Coolidge