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Trivia

APCs Insider, December 18, 2015

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Which U.S. president attempted to ban Christmas trees at the White House in a bid to encourage environmental conservation?
 
a. Franklin D. Roosevelt
b. Jimmy Carter
c. Richard Nixon
d. Theodore Roosevelt
 
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Last week’s question
Who was once given a key to the city of Detroit?
 
a. Augusto Pinochet
b. Josef Stalin
c. Moammar Gadhafi
d. Saddam Hussein

 

The answer is D. In 1980, the new president of Iraq was given a key to the city for donating $250,000 to a Chaldean Catholic church in Detroit. When he was presented the key, he gave a further $200,000 to the church to help pay its debts. 



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