What’s a statue of Bill Clinton doing in Kosovo? And he isn’t alone. JFK’s likeness can be spotted in Cameroon while statues of Lincoln are scattered all over Mexico. There’s even a George W. Bush in Albania.
Ronald and Nancy Reagan test the waters while vacationing off Honolulu.
We’re used to seeing our presidents — and presidential hopefuls like Mitt Romney — buttoned up and polished. But it’s when they’re on vacation that the mask truly falls, revealing just how human they are.
In this circa-1920 photo, president Warren G. Harding uses an elephant as a golf caddy while enjoying the Flamingo Hotel golf course in Miami, Fla. The prohibition president, notorious for leading one of “America’s most corrupt administrations,” reportedly drank alcohol between swings, and gambled on every stroke, says Britain’s Telegraph.