Former President Gerald Ford passed away on Tuesday. Ford was the only person in America’s history to date who became president without ever being elected to national office. In 1973 he was serving as House Minority Leader, a Congressman from Michigan. He was appointed Vice President in 1973 after Spiro Agnew resigned in disgrace...
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