|taft white house bathtub|
The famous photo of the four men in Taft's bathtub is often mislabeled as showing the men who installed the new tub after Taft got stuck in the White House bath. After leaving the White House in 1913, Taft moved into a suite in a New Haven, Connecticut, hotel with an immense bathtub that the Rumors abound that the 27th president of the United States, William Howard Taft, got stuck in a bathtub at the White House due to his portly.
It took six of the strongest men on White House grounds, the story goes, to wrest William Howard Taft's substantial body out of the bathtub. Taft was the most obese president. ... of the White House bathtub, so he had a 7-foot (2.1 m) long, 41-inch (1.04 m) wide tub installed. President Taft was a huge man, weighing more than 300 pounds. A special bathtub was installed for him in the White House, big enough to hold four men. presidential bid, the nation's heaviest president--William Howard Taft--and a story about the his getting stuck in White House bathtub comes up. He never ever got stuck in a bathtub, we have no evidence of that. I think the story sort of comes from a time that he overflowed the bathtub at the White House. And President William Howard Taft got stuck in a bathtub, and then got unstuck. ... men sitting in Taft's custom-built bathtub for the White House and presents the