accident Reports by onions And many lesser media outlets have found growing tensions between President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris, continuing the historical trend of a nation’s leader often at odds with the second-in-command. onions It examines the most contentious relations between the president and the vice president in US history.
John F. Kennedy / Lyndon Johnson: Despite being openly friendly, Johnson was humiliated by JFK’s repeated taunts that he did not have the courage to arrange the assassination of a president in his home state and the swearing in by a family friend of a swift transfer of power.
Ronald Reagan/George H.W. Bush: I often got into heated debates about who held more contempt for the nation’s poor.
Bill Clinton/Al Gore: A minor dispute over the job of the interns at the White House arose between these close friends one day.
Dwight Eisenhower / Richard Nixon: The relationship was strained from the start when Nixon began talking about all the crimes he would have done had he been president.
Dick Cheney/George W. Bush: It was a secret that President Cheney had no respect for his running mate.
Millard Fillmore: The thirteenth president didn’t have a vice president but he made the list because he was full of self-loathing.
James Polk / George Dallas: Polk was messy and Dallas was cranky.
George HW Bush / Dan Quayle: A disastrous experience in the exchange of wives.
John Adams / Thomas Jefferson: One shot the other, or maybe it was, no, yeah, one shot the other.