Government spent nearly $3.7M on ex-presidents in 2012Fox News
Mar. 25, 2013
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The government spent nearly $3.7 million on former presidents in 2012, according to an analysis just released by the nonpartisan Congressional Research Service. That covers a pension, compensation and benefits for office staff, and the government also picks up the tab for other costs like travel, office space and postage.