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Benjamin Harrison is speaking on the front porch of the White House.
Harrison: "I was pressured to speak a few words at a banquet in St. Louis."

"I have sometimes thought that the life of the President of the United States is like that of the policeman in the opera—not a happy one." —Benjamin Harrison, October 1890

Suddenly, both terms of Grover Cleveland are grabbing Harrison from either side.
Harrison: "And that was before I was surrounded by Grover Clevelands!"
Cleveland-22: "Excuse me, the proper term is “Grovers Cleveland.”"
Cleveland-24: "Like “Attorneys General.”"