When President Harding died of a heart attack while in California after serving less than three years of his term, Harding's vice-president, Calvin Coolidge, succeeded him. Coolidge was sometimes referred to as "Silent Cal," because he spoke very little. My favorite story is about two men who came up to Coolidge, and one said, "We have a bet you can help us with. I bet my friend I could get you to say three words." Coolidge is said to have replied, "You lose."
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