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Think you know your US presidents? See if D.C. Decoder can stump you!

President Ronald Reagan, joined by former Presidents Richard Nixon (l.), Gerald Ford, and Jimmy Carter (r.), toast one another in the Blue Room at the White House on Oct. 8, 1981, as the four met prior to the departure of the three former presidents to Cairo for the funeral of Egyptian President Anwar Sadat. (AP/Ho/File)

Who pays for the president's food? Which president has a sport named after him? Match wits with a master of useless (but entertaining) presidential information.

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1. Who pays for food presidents eat in the White House living quarters?

Presidents pay for personal food consumption. The government pays for state dinners.

Presidents pay for personal food consumption. The government pays for state dinners.

Presidents pay for personal food consumption. The government pays for state dinners.

Presidents pay for personal food consumption. The government pays for state dinners.

Presidents foot the bill for all first family private meals.

 

The vice president, because it is part of his constitutional duties

 

Taxpayers pay all presidential living expenses.

 

Presidents don’t have time to eat.

 
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