For many years in Washington, D.C. prior to the presidency, James Buchanan lived with William Rufus King, who was earlier Vice President under Franklin Pierce in 1853. King was referred to by Andrew Jackson as "Miss Nancy" while Aaron Brown called him "Buchanan's better half." Buchanan actually wrote long, intimate letters to King.
There were many rumors at the time that Buchanan was a homosexual. He is, after all, the only president to never marry in his life. But whether or not he was a homosexual continues to be a point of heated debate between historians. (Steve Tally discusses King and Buchanan's relationship in more depth in his book Bland Ambition: From Adams to Quayle--The Cranks, Criminals, Tax Cheats, and Golfers Who Made It to Vice President.)"
"Some historians have speculated that King may have been homosexual, and that he had a long-term intimate relationship with President-to-be James Buchanan (it is not disputed that the two lived together for 16 years in Washington). It is also said that King's detractors in the Senate referred to him as "Aunt fancy" and "Miss Nancy" (both language referring to homosexual men in the nineteenth century). The theory is controversial and a source of debate among Buchanan and King historians. Historian and author James Loewen is one of the theory's better-known proponents. Presidential historian Michael Beschloss when asked by C-SPAN founder and host Brian Lamm if the United States had ever had a gay president responded that the term "gay" was a twentieth century construct. Undeterred, Lamm rephrased his question, asking if the nation had had a homosexual president. Beschloss replied that it appears Buchanan and King may have been homosexual."
There have been rumors and speculation that James Buchanan was gay but no proof has ever been found.
There was never a gay major party candidate. There may have been gay people who announced they were running for president with no hope of winning.
As of 2016, the United States has never had an openly gay President. If there has ever been a closeted gay president, then by definition, we wouldn't know about.There have been rumors about James Buchanan, as well as six other Presidents, but nothing has ever been substantiated.
There has never been an openly gay vice president.
No- no Us president has ever been a Utah resident.
No US President has ever been born in Washington.
No US president has ever been convicted or even indicted for any serious crime.
There has never been an openly (or otherwise known) gay president. Buchanan is suspected, but he didn't have a partner that we know of.
never in the history of the U.S., has their ever been a female president.
I do not think any president's children have announced that they are gay.
There is no legal reason why a gay can not be president.
Barack Obama will be the first black president of the US.
At least officially , no United States President has ever been (Out and open) as a homosexual or Gay man. There was a Governor of New Jersey- Mcgreavey- who was a gay man and eventually abdicated- under fire! He was supposed to be very religious and at one time considered becoming a Priest- oh boy, all we need.
At this writing, 5/3/2010, no woman has ever been elected President or Vice President of the US.
Ronald Reagan was the first and so far only US President to have ever been divorced.
Yes. Of the 43 US presidents, 26 have been lawyers. Therefore 17 were not.
No. So far, all US Presidents have been mainstream Protestant or Catholic.
no since the first president there has always been one even when one is assinated
No. In fact, as of 2018, only 1 US president has ever been bilingual.
James Buchanan, 15th President of the US. Thomas Jefferson, 3rd president of the US. Andrew Jackson, 7th president of the US.
No US president was ever removed from office by Congress.
There haven't been any female US presidents.
There have been no US presidents bearing the last name Warwick.