On this table and on the walls are too many things to point out, but among them is an original copy of Alexander Hamilton’s first budget for the country, an original copy of a congressional record from 1789, and various historical items from the revolutionary to remarkable items of my lifetime.
The book in Dr. Luntz’s hands is Hamilton’s first U.S. budget.
Centennial presidency . . .
Albert Einstein, anyone?
As we proceeded to another part of the house, we went through the kitchen, where the staff was working diligently on the great appetizers we had been munching on outside on the tennis court.
Luntz is also an avid sports fan . . .
Sports Bar . . .
Office of History and the books to prove it…
A number of patriotic paintings adorn his walls.
With secret openings and doorways that open when do special things to special objects (rub it like a genie’s lamp). . .
The murals as you walk into the game room:
Games, old magazines, and more Americana
I want bookshelves like his newsstand . . . panels upon panels of history
Wrong headlines all on one wall:
As darkness approached, we went outside for the presentation, led by Frank Luntz (with a few jokes and political questions asked by the audience) …
Followed by Nick Adams with his Australian accent (it amazes me how foreign born Americans sometimes know more about our Constitution and history than the average American) …
And after the event, more tour of the house:
I could see me as President.
A couple Bill Clinton jokes followed the revealing of the secret room with the blue dress …
I told him a couple, too. He knew them.
Presidential bathroom with glass that clouds on command. . .
The billiards room… with more historical paraphernalia:
When on, it’s like actually going golfing:
Trump is not the only candidate promising to make America Great Again:
My wife modeling on his personal bowling alley:
Theater seating for the theater. . .
Even a little Russian History:
Navy Football … kick butt helmet:
The living room (see the books tucked behind the couches?)