In public, Presidents of the United States tend to describe their predessors with some dignity and respect.
In private, however...
A new book reveals some of the true sentiments that Barack Obama and Bill Clinton have towards each other.
Obama on Clinton: "I like him... in doses."
Apparently these words came after the two couldn't finish an 18 hole game of golf back in 2011.
And Clinton supposedly remarked during the 2012 election (and in true Clinton fashion) that Obama was
"luckier than a dog with two dicks."
This isn't the first time Presidents have taken some jabs at each other...
John Quincy Adams called Andrew Jackson
"a barbarian who cannot write a sentence of grammar and can hardly spell his own name."
Theodore Roosevelt referred to Woodrow Wilson as
"that infernal skunk in the White House."
It seems Teddy was an avid smack-talker. He has also been credited to saying,
"McKinley has no more backbone than a chocolate éclair.
Then there's Lyndon Johnson remark about the brain of Gerald Ford (a college athlete):
"that's what happens when you play football too long without a helmet."
Do we need a way for Presidents to sort out their differences? A Presidential fight club perhaps?