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This Day, 1965: Lyndon Johnson ordered "Operation Rolling Thunder" in Vietnam, the start of a three-and-a-half year U.S. bombing campaign against communist North Vietnam. It was regarded as the most intense air/ground battle waged during the half-century Cold War (more)

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Vernon Jordan, a civil rights leader and close adviser to former President Bill Clinton, passed away on Monday evening, multiple sources close to the family tell CNN. An extraordinary life, working with presidents from Lyndon Johnson to Barack Obama. He was 85.

So named because it is based on the possibly apocryphal story of Lyndon Johnson accusing an opponent of having amorous relations with pigs.

The White House Historical Association's first lecture of a new series fact-checks a dinner hosted by President Lyndon B. Johnson in "The Crown."

@USATODAY  Washington Bureau Chief@SusanPage  is moderating the @WhiteHouseHstry  lecture series “White House History with Susan Page" about the rich history of the Executive Mansion. Catch the first panel on President Lyndon B. Johnson streaming tonight!

Over the course of her reign, the Queen has met with every U.S. President (except Lyndon B. Johnson).

@ClydeHaberman  I’m going to have to head back to the archives to see if anyone used the sam adjectives for Everett Dirksen or Lyndon Johnson.

I tell you one thing, right about now Lyndon Johnson would be showing a couple of Dem Senators that he could lift them up, like he did his beagles, by the ears.

#NSTworld The new president is of course not the first to wear a Rolex, sharing the fashion preference with Dwight Eisenhower, Lyndon B. Johnson and Ronald Reagan. #Rolex  #Biden  #MadeInAmerica 

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Lyndon Johnson may have worn a Rolex, but he got a lot done for the poor, suffering and disenfranchised:

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Lyndon B Johnson would like a word about being the president who did the most for black people

The Left’s progressive hero, Lyndon Johnson, was a lifelong bigot who used the N-word even after the Civil Rights Act of 1964. How come no one is pulling down his statues and stripping his name off streets and buildings?

52 years ago today, the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was signed into law by lyndon johnson'>President Lyndon Johnson. We must defend and restore the VRA.

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This is the Lyndon Johnson statue at Texas State U in San Marcos. A lifelong bigot, LBJ was a segregationist Democrat who continued to use the N-word even after he signed the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Why #BLM  have you not targeted this notorious racist?

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Republicans called FDR a "socialist" for passing Social Security. They called Lyndon Johnson a "socialist" for passing Medicare. They called Barack Obama a "socialist" for passing the Affordable Care Act. Now, they're calling Democrats "socialists" for seeking decency.

Today in 1965, Lyndon B. Johnson signed Medicare & Medicaid into law. We must strengthen and expand, not slash, them.

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Every American president could have been charged with abuse of power. JFK for the Bay of Pigs fiasco. Lyndon Johnson for misleading the nation on Vietnam. Truman for dropping the atom bomb. Obama for failing to protect Americans in Libya. Lincoln for suspending Habeas Corpus.

lyndon johnson'>President Lyndon Johnson was a civil rights champion who forever changed the course of our nation’s history. It is my honor to accept the #LBJaward  this evening. Tune in here to watch:

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