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The most beloved and hated presidents of the United States

Historians agree that among those who served as president of the United States, there are only a few people who can be considered the most influential. They successfully passed through the country's internal crises and international conflicts, and therefore left a mark on history.

Worst American Presidents

Worst Presidents in the USA — Photo from left to right: Warren G. Harding and Andrew Johnson — American ButlerAmerican Butler has prepared the top 5 worst US presidents for you.

  • George Bush Jr. is best known for the fact that when it happened September 11, 2001, the early days of the recession, the war in Iraq and Afghanistan and Hurricane Katrina, the effects of which Bush to handle and could not.
  • Franklin Pierce is known for pursuing policies that accelerated the civil war.
  • Warren G. Harding is known for being drawn into numerous administrative scandals, many of which stemmed from the corrupt and incompetent political associates he appointed to his posts.
  • James Buchanan was a northerner with the looks of a convinced southerner. He tried to maintain peace between the northern and southern states, but ended up pissing off both sides. And this is the only president who remains a bachelor for life.
  • Andrew Johnson was held accountable for the dismissal of his secretary of military affairs. His entire administration suffered from strife caused by efforts to restore the civil war.

Thanks to this list, truly outstanding US presidents are beginning to shine especially brightly. Let's discuss them.

Worst and least favorite presidents in the USA — photo from left to right: George W. Bush, Franklin Pierce, James Buchanan — American Butler

The best and favorite Presidents of the Americans

  • George Washington

George Washington was the first president of the United States of America. He was born on February 22, 1732 and was commander in chief of the Continental Army during the American War of Independence. Washington was one of the founding fathers of the United States and was elected president as the unanimous choice of 69 voters in 1788.

Over the two terms of government, Washington has established many traditions that continue to be observed today. Deeply concerned that the presidency should not be seen as a monarch, but as one of the common people, he insisted that he be called the “president,” not “your excellency."

Best and favorite presidents in the USA — photo from left to right: George Washington and Thomas Jefferson — American ButlerDuring the reign of Washington, the country established the rules of federal spending, normalized relations with its former enemy, Great Britain and laid the foundation for the future capital, which was named in honor of George. And Washington, by the way, was one of the highest presidents of the United States.

  • Thomas Jefferson

Thomas Jefferson was the American founding father and principal author of the American Declaration of Independence. He was born on April 13, 1743 and was the third president of the United States of America, the country's first secretary of state.

As president, he organized the Louisiana Procurement, which doubled the size of the state and laid the foundation for the country's expansion to the west. While Jefferson was in power, the United States also waged its first foreign war, known as the First Barbary War in the Mediterranean, and briefly invaded modern Libya. During his second term, Jefferson's vice president, Aaron Burr, stood trial for treason.

In addition to politics, Thomas was interested in science, architecture, religion and philosophy. He was a scholar and was fluent in 5 foreign languages. Historians consider him one of the greatest US presidents of all time. Jefferson died on July 4, 1826.

  • Abraham Lincoln

Abraham Lincoln was the 16th president of the United States of America, and perhaps the most famous of them. He was born on February 12, 1809.

Lincoln led the country during the country's greatest military and moral crisis: the US Civil War. He played an important role in reforms such as the abolition of slavery, the modernization of the economy, and the strengthening of national government.

Abraham was born and raised in a poor family and was self-taught. He was also a member of the House of Representatives in the 1840s. Scientists, academics and the public considered Lincoln the greatest president of the United States.

Lincoln did not live to see a fully reunited nation. He was killed by John Wilkes Booth in Washington, a few weeks before the official end of the civil war. Lincoln served as president until the day of his assassination on April 15, 1865.

Most popular presidents in the USA — photo from left to right: Abraham Lincoln and Franklin D. Roosevelt — American Butler

  • Franklin D. Roosevelt

Franklin Delano Roosevelt was the 32nd President of the United States of America. He was president during World War II and held this position from 1933 to 1945. He is remembered as the president who ruled the country during the Great Depression and opposed Nazi Germany, imperial Japan. During Roosevelt's arrival, the economy was already broken. The poor management of Hoover in the early years of the Great Depression left a real mess that needed to be tidied up.

Federal programs during the Depression era, such as social security adopted during Roosevelt's presidency, still exist, providing basic financial protection for the most vulnerable groups.

The brightest American presidents in the USA — photo by John F. Kennedy — American ButlerAs a result of World War II, the United States of America also took on a new prominent role in world affairs, and this position remains with them. Franklin was a central figure in the 20th century and led the country during the years of economic turmoil and global war.

  • John F. Kennedy

John Fitzgerald Kennedy, born May 29, 1917, was the 35th president of the United States, and held office from 1961 until his assassination in 1963.

At the beginning, Kennedy served as commander of motor torpedo boats during World War II in the South Pacific. After the death of his brother and with the support of his father, he entered the world of politics.

John F. Kennedy was president for less than three years before he was tragically killed in office. But most Americans fondly remember him as the president who inspired them to fly to the moon.

Historians would also point out that Kennedy advocated lowering personal and corporate income taxes and generally promoted economic growth policies. Kennedy believed that lower tax rates paradoxically lead to higher tax revenues due to higher overall economic activity.

The USA is a country with a rich history that can be studied for years.

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