Fun Fact: When Teddy Roosevelt Didn’t Let a Bullet Stop Him

Fun facts about Theodore Roosevelt

While campaigning for president in 1912, Teddy Roosevelt was shot by a man named John Schrank. His life was most likely saved as a steel eye-glass case and a 50 page speech were in the way. However Roosevelt was still injured, but he still gave a 90 minute speech shortly afterward.

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