Grover Cleveland's grandson is still alive -- and he introduced Jeb Bush


NORTH CONWAY, N.H. — "I used to think I had a kind of competition going on with Gov. Bush," a mustachioed man said in introducing Jeb Bush before a townhall meeting here on Thursday. "His family had three terms in the White House so far. Mine only had two."

The man, George Cleveland, was referring to his grandfather Grover Cleveland, the only president to ever serve two non-consecutive terms.

The youthful-looking George, who runs the Gibson Center for Senior Services here, told the the Washington Examiner that his ancestry story is often greeted with skepticism.