On Sunday, Chang risked $500,000 on the final question: “Although he and his wife never touched a light switch for fear of being shocked, who was the first president to have electricity in the White House?”
A) Ulysses S. Grant
B) Benjamin Harrison
C) Chester A. Arthur
D) Andrew Johnson
The celebrity chef didn’t even know that Benjamin Harrison, who was the correct answer, was a United States president. Thank goodness for Phone-a-Friend Mina Kimes.
“Uh, it’s not Grant,” the ESPN personality told Chang. “That would be the 1800s. I think it’s– it’s probably Harrison.”
Benjamin Harrison was the 23rd president of the United States. The grandson of William Henry Harrison served one term from 1889 to