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 Who was the first president to be sworn in behind bullet-proof glass?

Answer President Lyndon B. Johnson was the first president to be sworn in behind bullet-proof glass. It was a three-sided screen of bullet-proof glass which enclosed the platform. He was also the first pr... Read More »
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Who was the first president to be sworn in behind bulletproof glass?

On Jan. 20, 1965, a little more than a year after the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson was sworn in behind a three-sided screen of bulletproof glass that enclosed the i... Read More »
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Does the presidents secret service have to take a bullet for the president?

Secret service agents are trained to take a bullet for the President if necessary.
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What is a sworn affidavit?

A sworn affidavit is a declaration or statement in writing made by an individual to be of complete truth. Affidavits are made before an authorized officer and are legal documents.Source:Lawyers: De... Read More »
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