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James Buchanan was rumored to be gay. Alabama Senator William Rufus King roomed together for more than 10 years. Andrew Jackson referred to King and Buchanan as “Miss Nancy and Aunt Fancy.” After King departed for France in 1844, Buchanan wrote to a friend, “I am now ‘solitary and alone,’ having no companion in the house with me. I have gone a wooing several gentlemen, but have not succeeded with any one of them.” Novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne said that Buchanan “takes his wine like a true…

James Buchanan was rumored to be gay. Alabama Senator William Rufus King roomed together for more than 10 years. Andrew Jackson referred to King and Buchanan as “Miss Nancy and Aunt Fancy.” After King departed for France in 1844, Buchanan wrote to a friend, “I am now ‘solitary and alone,’ having no companion in the house with me. I have gone a wooing several gentlemen, but have not succeeded with any one of them.” Novelist Nathaniel Hawthorne said that Buchanan “takes his wine like a true…

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