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Being an ex-president is tough. You go from running the free world to being a regular joe in the blink of an eye. So what do you do when all the pomp and circumstance is over, when all the cheering stops?
Andrew Johnson returned to the senate. William Howard Taft became chief justice. Dwight D. Eisenhower raised cattle. Richard Nixon worked to rehabilitate his reputation. Jimmy Carter remained in public service, doing countless good works.
After leaving office, George W. Bush—happy to be out of the limelight, it seems—began painting.
Couldn’t make it out last Friday night? You missed the NYC–based quartet Dum Dum Girls at the Biltmore.