See that little girl in the picture standing near Franklin D. Roosevelt? She was the “mascot” of the 1924 Democratic National Convention - and she’s still alive! "Baby Peggy" remembers: "It was a rough and rowdy even in those days, with drunks charging onto the dirt track encircling the arena and New York riot police knocking them unconscious with their night sticks and throwing them into the inner circle like dummies. I saw all this as we passed by. I was five and riding on my Father’s shoulders as we made our way to the stage…"
Click through to read about her meeting with Roosevelt.

See that little girl in the picture standing near Franklin D. Roosevelt? She was the “mascot” of the 1924 Democratic National Convention - and she’s still alive!

"Baby Peggy" remembers: "It was a rough and rowdy even in those days, with drunks charging onto the dirt track encircling the arena and New York riot police knocking them unconscious with their night sticks and throwing them into the inner circle like dummies. I saw all this as we passed by. I was five and riding on my Father’s shoulders as we made our way to the stage…"

Click through to read about her meeting with Roosevelt.

Announcing the Donald Trump Insult Hall of Fame!
“Gelatinous cartoon slumlord” -Jim Newell, Gawker, 2011
“Financially embattled thousandaire” -Gail Collins, The New York Times,
“A television star famous for his ‘billionaire’ character who makes a good living licensing his name after failing in the casino business” -Alex Pareene, Salon, 2011
“Reality show host and antique doll hair thief” -Jon Stewart, The Daily Show, 2012
“The world’s most relentless self-promoting attention whore” -Dan Amira, New York Magazine, 2012
“Human candy corn Donald Trump, a well-known Political Expert and Successful Reality-Television Business Actor,” -Max Read, Gawker, 2012
“Oft-bankrupt make-believe mogul clown with a tv show” -Alex Pareene, Salon, 2012
Click the photo to see the rest…

Announcing the Donald Trump Insult Hall of Fame!

“Gelatinous cartoon slumlord”
-Jim Newell, Gawker, 2011

“Financially embattled thousandaire”
-Gail Collins, The New York Times,

“A television star famous for his ‘billionaire’ character who makes a good living licensing his name after failing in the casino business”
-Alex Pareene, Salon, 2011

“Reality show host and antique doll hair thief”
-Jon Stewart, The Daily Show, 2012

“The world’s most relentless self-promoting attention whore”
-Dan Amira, New York Magazine, 2012

“Human candy corn Donald Trump, a well-known Political Expert and Successful Reality-Television Business Actor,”
-Max Read, Gawker, 2012

“Oft-bankrupt make-believe mogul clown with a tv show”
-Alex Pareene, Salon, 2012

Click the photo to see the rest…