Visiting the Presidents
with Joe Faykosh
“Visiting the Presidents” takes listeners through the birthplaces, homes, gravesites, libraries, and other historical sites associated with the Presidents of the United States. Also exploring the childhoods, lives, loves, careers, and deaths of these presidents through the sites that were touched by them.
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S2 E45 Donald Trump and Mar-a-Lago – Visiting the Presidents
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Season 2, Episode 45-Donald Trump and Mar-a-Lago
No President had as famous a real estate portfolio as Donald Trump, 45th President of the United States, with famous homes in Bedminister, Manhattan, and Palm Beach. Learn about Donald’s career and turn to politics; his election and Presidency; his wives and children; and his many homes! Be sure to check out Donald Trump’s “Visiting…
Season 2, Episode 44-Barack Obama and Oahu (and Kalorama)
From Hawaii to DC, explore the homes of Barack Obama, 44th President of the United States! Learn about Barack’s political rise and career; his election and Presidency; his wife, Michelle, and daughters; and his homes! Be sure to check out Barack Obama’s “Visiting the Presidents” Episode from Season 1, “Barack Obama and Honolulu”! “Obama Inspecting…
Season 2, Episode 43-George W. Bush and Crawford
To the Lone Star State and the home of George W. Bush, 43rd President of the United States, deep in the heart of Texas! Learn about George W Bush’s career and turn to politics; his election and Presidency; his wife, Laura, and daughters; and his homes! Be sure to check out George W. Bush’s “Visiting…
12 thoughts on “Visiting the Presidents”
Great job on the podcast. Enjoy listening. Keep up the great work.
Awesome, Chad! Thanks for listening and glad you’re enjoying!
No word on why you don’t discuss the presidency of Trump? You deleted my last question and I’m assuming you don’t like Trump. Meanwhile you are visiting presidents that were slave owners and racists. You acknowledge President Woodrow Wilson who has a huge racist.
I haven’t deleted your questions, but I also don’t think you’re communicating in good faith. There is a whole episode dedicated to Donald Trump’s childhood and birthplace, that I did visit and you can find on the website.
This site was… how do I say it? Relevant!! Finally I’ve found something which helped me. Kudos!
That’s really great to hear, Roosevelt!
I was excited to discover this website. I want to to thank you for your time just for this fantastic read!! I definitely enjoyed every little bit of it and I have you book-marked to see new things on your web site.
That’s awesome to hear, Nancy! Hope you enjoy! 🙂
Joe, I just listened to your March 22 episode on Montpelier. I appreciated the fact that you updated the episode with the news about the Montpelier Foundation Board’s reversal of their agreement to share power with the Montpelier Descendant Committee. In case you don’t know, two days ago they went a step further into the old-white-supremacist-guy-abyss and FIRED Dr. Matthew Reeves, Dr. Elizabeth Chew and other staff members as well as suspending Dr Mary Furlong Minkoff and Christopher Pasch. OUTRAGEOUS!
Here is link to NPR story today:
Thank you so much, Peggy! I appreciate your update! I will keep watching the developments and update the episode as this progresses.
Great work with the podcast!
Beautiful and interesting podcast