From George to Trump, you’ve served us well! (most of you anyways)
He was the first president.
He was the first Vice President.
He was one of the authors of the Declaration of Independence.
He was the shortest president at 5 foot 4 inches tall.
He had the first outdoors inauguration
John Quincy Adams
He is the only president to serve in the House of Representatives after office.
He was held as a prisoner of war and is the only president thus far that has happened to.
Martin Van Buren
In his younger years, he worked in a tavern.
William Henry Harrison
He delivered the longest inauguration speech on record. It was cold and raining that fateful day but he pushed through the weather. When the ceremony was over he ended up with a terrible cold. The cold grew worse and worse. He died a month after his inauguration.
He was elected to the office of the confederacy after his time as president.
James K. Polk
He was the first president born in North Carolina.
He died from Cholera in his first year as president.
He was never actually elected, he took over after Taylor died.
All of his three sons died at the age of 12.
His birthday is two days after mine.
Abraham’s son’s life was saved by his killer’s brother. He is in the wrestling hall of fame. His dog was also assassinated. He is the tallest president yet.
He was the first president to be impeached.
Ulysses S. Grant
He prevented Robert E. Lee from being charged with treason.
Rutherford B. Hayes
He was the first president to use a phone in office.
At one point he was a minister.
Chester A. Arthur
He owned at least 80 pairs of pants.
His first career was as a teacher.
He was the first president to use electricity in the White House
His real first name is Stephen.
He was assassinated in 1901.
He was the first president to leave the country while in office.
William Howard Taft
He was the heaviest president at an outstanding 330 pounds.
He led us into World War 1.
Warren G. Harding
Drank alcohol while in office, violating the 18th amendment.
His father carried out his inauguration ceremony.
He became an orphan at age nine.
Franklin D. Roosevelt
In his first one hundred days in office, he closed all banks for a period of days.
Harry S. Truman
He survived an assassination attempt.
Dwight D. Eisenhower
He banned squirrels from the grounds because they were ruining his putting green.
John F. Kennedy
He died younger than any other president to date. Also, his application to the school of Harvard was just five sentences long. He also won the Pulitzer Prize.
Lyndon B. Johnson
He pursued the Vietnam War.
He resigned so that he wouldn’t be impeached, though he still went to trial and was pardoned by his vice president when he became the actual president.
He wasn’t actually even elected into office, not as president or vice president.
Jimmy Carter played hooky and went yo a movie so he was not chosen to be valedictorian.
Two years after his “Tear Down this Wall” speech the Berlin Wall was torn down.
George H. W. Bush
He was known as the youngest Navy pilot n 1943.
He was impeached, he also won a Grammy.
George W. Bush
He never used his power to veto.
He enjoys collecting comics.
Trump Tower was used in the movie The Dark Knight Rises as Wayne Enterprises.