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Philanthropist Miriam Adelson is the wife of prominent Republican donor, Sheldon Adelson. The Adelson's donated more than $113 million dollars to the GOP in the last election cycle.
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Utah Sen. Orrin Hatch, 84, is retiring after more than 40 years in Congress. He is one of the longest serving Senators in American history.
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Sen. Orrin Hatch, a staunch supporter of President Trump, is one of the most well-known Republicans in American politics. After signing a Presidential Proclamation on national monuments last year, Trump handed the senator a pen to commemorate the event.
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Justice Alan Page, 73, is a former NFL player who served more than 20 years on the Minnesota Supreme Court. Over 15 years, he played for the Minnesota Vikings and Chicago Bears and went to the Super Bowls four times.
Elvis Presley (1935-1977) is one of the most iconic figures of the 20th Century, known the world-over for his music and rockabilly sound. Over the course of his career, Presley earned three GRAMMY Awards, starred in 31 films and sold more than a billion records.
President Trump isn't the first Oval Office occupant to show his appreciation for Elvis. President Nixon met with Elvis Presley during a highly publicized visit to the White House in 1970.
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George Herman "Babe" Ruth, Jr. is one of the most famous baseball players in American history. From 1914 to 1935, the legendary slugger hit 714 home runs and helped establish baseball as "America's Favorite Pastime."
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After shaking hands with then-President Warren Harding, Babe Ruth hit a home run to help the New York Yankees win the third game of the series. In his 15 seasons as a Yankee, Babe Ruth led the team to seven American League championships and four World Series.
Justice Antonin Scalia (1936-2016) was a towering figure during his 30 years on the Supreme Court. Known for his strict interpretation of the Constitution, Scalia was both a conservative icon and polarizing figure on the bench.
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Roger Staubach, 76, is a Hall-of-Fame quarterback who played in the NFL for 11 seasons, winning two Super Bowls with the Dallas Cowboys and making the Pro Bowl six times. He is also a noted philanthropist and businessman.