Decades after their passing, John F. Kennedy and Ronald Reagan remain the ideals of what the left and right believe a president should be. From their looks, speaking styles and demeanor, Reagan and JFK created the template for all who aspire to the Oval Office. Scott Farris, author of the new book, "Kennedy & Reagan: Why Their Legacies Endure," calls in to compare these two iconic presidents, and how they are still shaping presidential politics to this day.
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