Presidential love letters get comedic treatment

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It turns out some presidents did more than write legislation while in the White House.

More than 100 love letters between former President Warren Harding and his mistress, Carrie Phillips, will be made public by the Library of Congress.

Advance selections from the intimate correspondence were published by The New York Times this week show how brazen he was during his 15-year long affair with Phillips, including:

“I love you garb’d But naked more Love your beauty To thus adore …”

Oh my! 

But it was David Letterman’s take on presidential love letters that caught our attention (scroll ahead to about four minutes in)…

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Presidential love letters get comedic treatment

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