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Teresa York
Teresa York • 1 year ago

Queen Elizabeth II and U.S. President Gerald Ford. A humorous side note is that as The Queen took to the dance floor, the Marine Band struck up "The Lady is a Tramp". July 17, 1978 at the White House State Dinner.

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