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: Well, Mrs. President... Edith Bolling Galt
: Woodrow! Woodrow Wilson
: What's on tap for today? Edith Bolling Galt
] Don't you dare to call me that.
: [Reading a newspaper clipping
] A weak and imbecile man, the weakest I've ever knew in a high place. If I wanted to paint a despot, a man perfectly regardless of every Constitutional right of the people, I would paint his hideous form. Eleanor Wilson
: That's outrageous! Woodrow Wilson
: When he goes out of office next March, the whole country except thieves, cowards, public plunderers, office holders, and traitors will rejoice. Edith Bolling Galt
: [Slamming down a coffee pot
] Woodrow, that's the last straw! You've got to do something about it. They've no right to say such things about you, even to win an election. Woodrow Wilson
: Oh, they weren't talking about me. That's what they said about Abraham Lincoln when he was running for reelection in 1864.