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Can you determine if the following facts about US Presidents are True (T) or False (F)?

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John F. Kennedy donated his presidential salary to charity.
Four Presidents died on July 4th - Jefferson, John Adams, James Monroe, and Calvin Coolidge.
The only President to never marry, James Buchanan was engaged multiple times and had a reputation as a ladies man.
Theodore Roosevelt had the most children of all the Presidents.
John F. Kennedy ordered over 1000 Cuban cigars for personal use just before he made them illegal.
Abraham Lincoln was a licensed bartender.
Lyndon Johnson smoked at least three packs of cigarettes each day.
Every left-handed President has been a Democrat.
Warren G Harding was guilty of selling the rights to oil reserves in Teapot Dome, WY, in exchange for cattle and personal profit.
No President of the United States was an only child.
Among the many animals in the White House during Theodore Roosevelt's tenure, there was an alligator named Aloysius who was kept in the indoor pool.
Lucy Hayes, wife of Rutherford B. Hayes, banned alcohol from the White House.
George W Bush was a cheerleader in high school.
George Washington grew marijuana in his garden.
The Japanese word 'bushusuru' derives from President G.H.W. Bush.
While President, Franklin Pierce was arrested for running over an old woman with his horse.
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James Garfield was implicated in the Star Route Scandal - taking money over and above the cost of postal routes in the west.
The first 8 Presidents were all born as British subjects.
Jimmy Carter is the first President to have been born in a hospital.
The 'S' in Ulysses S Grant stands for Simpson, Grant's mother's maiden name.
Andrew Jackson's tombstone does not mention that he served as President.
Richard Nixon financed his first political campaign with poker winnings.
Gerald Ford was the only President who was not elected Vice President or President.
Andrew Jackson engaged in over 100 duels over the honor of his wife Rachel.
Bill Clinton was the only President to face impeachment proceedings.
Grover Cleveland is the only President to have held the job of executioner.
Harry Truman was a member of the KKK.
Lincoln Logs are named after Abraham Lincoln and were invented by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
The body of Benjamin Harrison was stolen by grave robbers and sold to Ohio Medical College in Cincinnati for use as a training cadaver.
Herbert Hoover and his wife would sometimes speak Chinese in the White House to avoid having people understand their conversations.
Woodrow Wilson was the first President to show a movie in the White House.
When the British burned the White House in the War of 1812, Dolley Madison risked her life to save a full-size portrait of George Washington.

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