mardi 20 décembre 2011

United States of America: President Jimmy Carter and the killer rabbit.

 
On April 20, 1979, a rabbit-eared tried to get into the boat by U.S. President Jimmy Carter engaged in fishing near his village in Plains, Georgia. "The rabbit was whistling in a threatening, visible teeth, his nostrils open and going directly to the president."
         Back in his office, when President Carter says his misadventure, employees refused to believe, on the grounds that rabbits do not swim and never approach a person in an aggressive manner. However, the incident was confirmed by a photographer in the White House.
         On August 28, 1979, the incident was the one showing the Washington Post article by Brooks Jackson of the Associated Press. The White House refused to publish the photo to the term of Ronald Reagan.
         The rabbit incident soon became the symbol of the clumsiness and weakness of the term of Jimmy Carter!

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