Did you know that April Fool's Day was widely popularized in this country by an unlikely source "“ President William McKinley? On April 1, 1897, McKinley convinced his staff that he was serious about nominating bitter rival William Jennings Bryan to the Supreme Court. The story appeared in several newspapers the following day, and McKinley had to release a statement saying he was only joking. He signed this statement, "April Fools, Bill McKinley."
OK, that's not true at all.
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