The image below is a presidential doodle by Benjamin Harrison (1889-1893). If you see doodles as a peek into the mind of the doodler, surely President Harrison had some strange things going on inside his head.
According to the authors of a book called “Presidential Doodles”, this doodle is a “drawing of a jack-o’-lantern-style face and an ostrich-like bird surely ranks as one of the greatest doodles in presidential history. It suggests a zany, mischievous streak in Harrison, as well as a capacity for conveying a surprising degree of human emotion.”
There’s a small gallery of doodles by American presidents over at their website too (no longer online). I would be more interested in politics if leaders were required to publish their doodles on a regular basis.