Found this about a 1935 Hoover letter while doing family tree.
It was published in the The Telegraph-Herald and Times-Journal (Dubuque, Iowa) on 24 March 1935. Under the title "Ex-President's Letter Makes Tongues Wage"
It consists of 938 words in 37 paragraphs.
First, Hoover served as President (March 4, 1929 March 4, 1933).
What is happening now with TFG seems reminiscence of that time period.
The letter by Hoover was a criticism of Roosevelt's New Deal.
Excerpts (Since it is not over 95 years old I don't believe I can include the whole article.)
Still Party Head
The following unless in quotes are rewritten from article.
One Republican senator stated, "I have no comment to make upon anything that gentleman might have to say."
Another Republican senator that had supported Hoover twice said, "I feel sorry for him. He once tasted power and failed. He dreams of coming back. It is only a dream."
Comments by Democrats
They generally agreed they would like nothing better than to see another Roosevelt-Hoover contest in 36.
"I want to talk about live subjects." he said, "not dead ones."
"Mr. Hoover certainly ought to know a sink when he sees one. for he led us into one."
"I feel sorry for him. He once tasted power and failed. He dreams of coming back. It is only a dream."
I wanna remember that one.