Teddy Roosevelt’s 100-year-old Message to Trump’s Enemies
By Town Hall,June 29, 2017
When a bullet tore into Teddy Roosevelt’s chest during a campaign stop in Milwaukee in 1912, a crowd ganged up on the would-be assassin after TR’s stenographer, a former football player, tackled him to the ground.
“Lynch him! Kill him!” the crowd shouted.
A wounded Roosevelt raised his hand to restore order.