THE 34th PRESIDENT ON THIS DAY IN 1957

U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower suffered a mild stroke while in the Oval
Office
during his second term which disabled his ability to speak for about 24 
hours. The following year Eisenhower wrote a letter of authority giving Vice 
President Richard Nixon the right to assume power in the event the President
became incapacitated.
 


                      

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