President Woodrow Wilson’s disabling stroke in 1919 offered his officious second wife, Edith Galt, the self-appointed role of acting president. She assumed the role without a shadow of constitutional authority.
President Woodrow Wilson’s disabling stroke in 1919 offered his officious second wife, Edith Galt, the self-appointed role of acting president. She assumed the role without a shadow of constitutional authority. AP
President Woodrow Wilson’s disabling stroke in 1919 offered his officious second wife, Edith Galt, the self-appointed role of acting president. She assumed the role without a shadow of constitutional authority. AP

Should a president be mentally competent? Of course, but who decides?

February 02, 2017 07:24 PM