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Presidential birthdays: A retrospective

Presidential birthdays have rarely gone by without some form of fanfare. President John F. Kennedy was famously serenaded by actress Marilyn Monroe; First Lady Nancy Reagan delivered cake to President Ronald Reagan in the White House press briefing room; and even President Nixon received a birthday serenade from comedian Bob Hope. Here is a look back at those and other Presidential birthday celebrations:

By Emi Kolawole  |  August 2, 2010; 6:20 PM ET
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Well Mr President this AZ resident watched as you committed treason against your own citizens. So I really hope you load those democratic war chests as high as you can because come November after the elections are done your days in office are numbered.

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