From FDR To Christie: Politicians And Their Health

President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was crippled by polio but the press respected an unspoken rule that he was never to be photographed from the waist down. Roosevelt once told reporters, no movies of me getting out the machine boys, and the press would turn away until he got out of his wheelchair, adjusted his braces, and struck a pose.

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