Bill Clinton was the worst president to ever take office in the white house. Bill loved locking people for whatever reason he could. There was a death in police custody and Bill apologized for locking to many people up. There was 2.4 million people in prison and over 160,000 of them had to be serving the life sentence. Clinton teamed up with Reagan and came up with the three strike rule.
Bill Clinton was also an American politician who had served as the 42nd President of the United States. He had served his time from 1993 to 2001 and throughout his time in office, he had both aided yet negatively impacted the United States, which can be seen through many acts and bills he had signed, both domestic and foreign. Domestic accomplishments of President Clinton firstly included cutting the tax, similar to what Reagan had done. Clinton had signed the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act, cutting taxes for millions of low-income families. He had also cut tax for almost 100% of small businesses and raised the tax on the wealthiest taxpayers.
During Clinton’s presidency, there were both weakness and strengths to his two presidential terms. Actions that were taken also had a negative impact towards his reputation. Due to the fact that the majority of Congress was overrun with Republicans, Clinton’s chances of getting anything done were slim. The schemes that involved making President Clinton were however, incomplete. Where the Speaker of the House, Gingrich, had tried to force Clinton to reduce the budget on medicare and education, but did not work.
In 1976 he was elected in Arkansas’s attorney and won his governorship as a president and also he was the youngest president. Bill Clinton is a good leader because he has made America more success than ever. Bill Clinton is known as a good leader because he communicates his vision very well. He thinks that national heath insurance and gay right should have the right to protect them. Clinton communicated his own vision so well and wants the health insurance and also gay people should have the right to do what they want.
This is another example of him giving a definite piece of advice to the American people All in all, President Clinton comforted the people of America and provided advice to settle the worried American hearts. He was able to use parallelism and diction to create a sense of security for Americans. He also showed the victims and their families that the American people are supporting them and have their backs. Clinton also used his status as a parent and a husband to create a more emotional connection with his audience making this speech 100%
There has been many great presidents in office throughout the years. One stood out in particular. This president led the colonial forces to victory over the British and became a hero. In 1787, he was elected president of the convention that wrote the U.S constitution. Being the president of the United States is a huge honor, but also a tremendous job.
Andrew Jackson Andrew Jackson was born in 1767 between North Carolina and South Carolina, the Waxhaws region. His father died before he was even born because of a logging accident. He eventually became an orphan due to the rest of his family dying from war and sickness. He went to local schools and received an elementary education. A little later in life he became a lawyer and eventually bought land which was a big deal back in the day.
Presidential Courage, written by Michael Beschloss, takes the reader through a series of events over 200 years involving 9 different presidents and how America grew to highly respect them. Out of the 9, George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Harry Truman were the top 3 most revered Presidents. Beschloss uncovers the troubles each and every single one of the president’s moment of crisis and how they all overcame these problems while risking the stability of the country. George Washington had faced his biggest challenge in the political field and surprisingly not the battlefield in 1795 when he attempted to turn away from a new war against Great Britain that he knew the United States could not succeed.
However, the mass amount of control does not define one’s presidency. Instead, the ability to grasp onto one’s values and use their surplus of authority properly determines how a president will be remembered long after their term. The person is more important than
“President Franklin Delano Roosevelt” The American political system today is flowing incredibly well, despite looking at disputes between political candidates and parties. Have you ever wondered how laborious and demanding it is running a country while receiving high criticism, negativity, and stressful times? I believe all of the United States presidents’ have worked hard to improve the economy and the lives of U.S. citizens.
Listening to McLarty, it became clear that although him and President Clinton were close friends, he still saw Bill as one to be respected as more than a friend. He shared that he always called him Mr. President, because doing otherwise seemed like a disrespect to Clinton and his accomplishment as president. So when he said that before telling him about Vince, he clarified that the country was safe, I really connected the pull between Clinton being a friend and the president. There were many other stories that McLarty shared that showed his loyalty to President Clinton and Bill Clinton. I actually really enjoyed this interview, going into it I fully expected to be bored out of my mind, but I was pleasantly surprised.
Bo Maiellaro Dr. Hasty 9th LIT 2B Assassination Paper Many people know about the assassination of John F. Kennedy. What day it was on, where he was, and who he was with. But did you know that the main suspect for the murder, Lee Harvey Oswald, was also assassinated two days after the killing of John F. Kennedy.
He went on to shut down a corrupt bank, be the first and last president to rid the U.S. of all debt, and make many other accomplishments. However, there were some poor choices along the way. The Trail of Tears being an example of this; the mass killing of multiple Indians. Every president has made mistakes. This being on of the worst.
Martin Van Buren was the eighth president of the United States of America. His foreign policy consisted of peace, with trying to improve relations with other countries. A war with Canada was very much a possibility with a territory dispute. Van Buren negotiated with American militias and Canada to handle things diplomatically. Van Buren’s success kept us out of wars with Canada, Mexico, and Great Britain. Although, Van Buren was successful with those countries the Native Americans are a completely different story. He continued Jackson’s policies in getting rid of the Native Americans resulting in the Trail of Tears. Just at the beginning of Van Buren’s term there was a financial catastrophe, with almost all banks going bankrupt. This caused
Andrew Jackson, engaged in brawls and fought for what he believed was right and never took no for an answer. Jackson was the Seventh President of the United States and was the preeminent actor in American politics between Abraham Lincoln and Thomas Jefferson. He was seeking to act as the direct representative of the common man and was known as a man of the people. The toughness and fiery will he possessed gave him the nickname, “Old Hickory”. Andrew Jackson’s life was marked with controversy but he was a great leader who turned adversity into success. He made the United States government more parliamentary with perceptive decisions. When Andrew Jackson came into office, he left an indissoluble imprint on American politics and his presidency