Richard Nixon (I'm sure to nobody's surprise) is described as "strange and unsociable." The difference between Kennedy and LBJ was that while Kennedy was a "serial adulterer," Johnson was a "serial adulterer and a lunatic" who would have been in an asylum had he not been president.
Jimmy Carter has publically denied that the depiction of him in the book. And wouldn't you?
Ouch. Carter would apparently make the agents pay for any leftover food they ate after White House functions. Miserable bastard.
There's one thing I do find interesting about this and not the least surprising at all.
Like Carter, it's the heroes of the progressive Left who turn out to be the nastiest and vilest people.
Hilary Clinton is described as a "monster," while Al Gore was "exceedingly obnoxious to his agents."
Whereas Ronald Reagan, George Bush senior and George Bush the younger come across very well as nice and considerate human beings.
Though to be fair, so too does Barack Obama (something else that doesn't surprise me). Irrespective of whether I agree with him on policy grounds or not, he does seem to be a nice guy.
Somebody tweeted this earlier today, but I can't remember who.