“Public office is a public trust.”
Grover Cleveland of New York for President / Allen G. Thurman of Ohio for Vice President, campaign poster, 1888.
President Nixon bowling at the White House Bowling Alley. 3/10/70.
The White House Bowling Alley first opened in 1947 while Harry S. Truman was in office. In 1955, it was moved across the street to the Old Executive Building.
Richard and Pat Nixon both enjoyed bowling, and so in 1969 they had a one-lane alley built beneath the North Portico using private funds.
In the National Statuary Hall, there's a "whispering location". Urban myth is that John Quincy Adams, the 5th president of USA and the 1st Presidential Troller of the USA, would pretend to doze off while listening to political rivals talk via the audio trick. If you talk from one point, you can hear the whispers across the room. There's actually an article written about it that explains the science behind it.
A mild election-year cartoon portraying Whig presidential candidate Winfield Scott (left) as a turkey and Democrat Franklin Pierce (right) as a gamecock. The two face each other from opposite sides of “Mason & Dixon’s Line.” Scott orders Pierce to “Get out the way fellow! I want the whole of the road!” Pierce crows back, “Cock a doodle doo——ooo! Don’t you wish you may get it! But you can’t get over this line.” Scott’s chances in the South were considered poor because of his association with antislavery interests.
Gerald Ford for President, 1976, button slogan in the shape of a car