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James Madison was President of the United States during the early 19th century. He was married to Dolly Madison.
Prior to his Presidency, Madison famously wrote the Constitution, including parts regarding the Congress's ability to approve a budget.
President Madison dealt with a Congress that wished to make English the National Language. This fact was noted by Donna Moss in a report she gave to Josh Lyman in 2000.
Leo McGarry apparently believed that Madison probably ran his presidency off of a message calendar.
Notes and references
- ↑ "There's a painting of Dolly Madison in the grand foyer. You catch it in the wrong light it can scare the..." from Noel
- ↑ "The President only gets to edit it a bit. You want to blame someone, call James Madison." from Shutdown
- ↑ "I gave you some good stuff on James Madison and the-" "I didn't ask for a damn social studies paper." from Let Bartlet Be Bartlet
- ↑ "You think James Madison ran his presidency off a message calendar?" "Probably, yes." from A Constituency of One