34. William McKinley
McKins was known to enjoy cigars and a whiskey nightcap -- and he had a decent supply for the latter, since Andrew Carnegie personally sent him barrels of Dewars. But he famously waged a war on the illegal sale of alcohol to Mount Union College students, making him forever a pariah to coeds across America.
33. James Garfield
Garfield wouldn’t ban booze in the White House like Hayes, despite aggressive lobbying from temperance thumpers, but he also wasn’t the wild and crazy guy those same people smeared him as. He was definitely a middle-of-the-road kind of dude, though we never got to see his true potential since he was assassinated in 1881.
32. Ronald Reagan
He was a famous actor, so you’d think that would lead to a life of body shots with Julie Newmar, Jayne Mansfield, and other old actresses I just asked my Mom about. BUT he was also the guy who signed the national minimum drinking age bill, would famously have one screwdriver then cut himself off, and got caught by Errol Flynn dumping his bourbon cocktails into a spittoon. The man was too damn in control of his own image to cut loose. Come on, President Reagan, tear down those walls!