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 Who was the first president to be sworn in behind bulletproof glass?

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

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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Why does the vice president and the speaker of the house of representatives sit behind the president while he gives the state of the union address?

Not really. If the president has already served two terms the he or she cannot run again. If he or she believed they stood a good chance of winning then they are likely to run again. If, however, ... Read More »
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Who is sitting behind the president at the state of address?

Yes someone could do that and it would be very interesting to compare the two State of the Union addresses.
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