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head of the executive branch gives hope leader influencer believer all of these are jobs the President of the United States hundreds or even thousands have tried to becoming but only a small amount of them I've ever had a political talent and prowess to make it into office let's start with Herbert Hoover many people know the name Hoover because laws of things are named after Herbert Hoover was elected president of the United States in 1928 in late 1929 a large stock market crash occurred causing the Great Depression many Americans blamed Hoover with Hoover blamed it on a lack of trust in the banks he gathered business owners and told them to try not to lower wages or fire anyone this of course did not work because just asking businesses to try and avoid things it's not gonna happen being a president in a time of crisis like this could not have been easy every decision he made had consequences he had to rebuild America's economy with unemployment over 20 percent but Hoover his big picture idea of how to get out of the depression was very much flawed he thought the government should mostly stay out of it and trying grow businesses such as banks and railroads back to where they were looking at it it makes sense how that would work the Depression started because there was declining trust in banks so if you make the banks and other industries similar to it stronger the economy will climb up again but when the damage is already done you need the government to intervene when you look at what Hoover did in his presidency you did pass a good amount of bills to attempt to help the depression well I didn't get America out of the depression he didn't do nothing he executed his plan to try and rebuild the banks but his idea was the thing that was flawed not the way he executed it Herbert Hoover his presidency was defined by a stock market crash that was not his fault he did his best at trying to prevent it but his big picture idea was flawed many experts call more the worst presidents ever he is the way he had the depression this was one of the toughest situations a president has ever been but it is the job of the president to get out of it all the great presidents navigated their way around crisis starting with George Washington in the revolution to Lincoln during the Civil War and Franklin Roosevelt with the end of the depression and World War two the best presidents have to make the tough decisions and the next president we are going to talk about is a president who had to make one of the toughest decisions ever Harry Esther was chose by Franklin Delano Roosevelt to be his vice president in his fourth term in 1945 when World War two was still going on but when FDR tragically died in April of that year Truman had to step in as the president and continued fighting in one of the largest force ever but in August of that year only four months into his presidency Sherman decided to use the newly developed weapon of mass destruction the atomic bomb the atomic bomb was a project that started in 1939 known as the Manhattan Project Truman didn't even know the details of the project till late April but after the post Dam conference when Japan refused to surrender he chose to have both atomic bombs dropped into pen leaving nearly a hundred fifty thousand dead after that Japan surrendered ending world war two it must have been hard for him as president he was only vice president for two months and had to be a leader of a very large and powerful country in a time the whole world was fighting against each other she was going to kill hundreds of thousands of civilians it was a controversial move but Sherman remain on the stance that saved more lives than it lost Truman popularized the same the buck stops here he even kept a little sign on his desk in the Oval Office in this context it means the president made the decision and that will accept the consequences for making the decision for example dropping an atomic bomb Harry Truman was also a key member and founding the United Nations which could help prevent further conflicts such as World War two having a large conflict is not your only way for your presidency to be remembered with some of the earlier presidents explaining the United States for the priority this President was relentless and persistent in getting the land that he wanted that greatly increase the size of the United States with a westward expansion his name is James K Polk one of the most determined and hardworking presidents at multi-fork for Andrew Jackson's campaign the first time he ran for president and Jackson told the American public how greedy and determined Pope was as a person since Jackson was a very popular president and many trust in his judgment when Polk ran for office lots of people voted for him he won the election in 1945 Polk came into the oval office with four goals in mind lower taxes established an independent US Treasury finish up the deal with the British to get Oregon Territory and acquire New Mexico in California for Mexico the thing is every leader throughout history has made promise that that they or may not have kept but what is amazing about Polk is that he accomplished every one of his goals he knew what he needed to do and how to do it also his plan was not that easy to pull off he had to find a way to buy ton of land from the British but also having to fight a war with Mexico and he said he would lower taxes he practically finished off the Americas manifest destiny plan he was a very large part in growing America oh and he also only did in four years he didn't see any mean reelection PS he had already done so much in involving the United States he did everything he wanted to sometimes that's what a good president is just getting things done even if you only have four years now let's take a quick look at a president who didn't get anything done because he didn't have the time when William Henry Harrison was elected president in 1841 he was the oldest person to ever be elected office at 68 years old he was the last president to be born before the start of the Revolutionary War on his inauguration day on March 1st 1841 he gave the longest inaugural address that any president has ever given during the 100 minutes he was talking rain started pouring down and it became very cold but Harrison refused to wear a hat or coat cleaning it would look unpresidential he became very sick of typhoid fever after he gave the speech and he died in April first many believe the lengthy a dress with no coat is his cause of death but there may have also been another cause of death the White House drinking water also shows signs of being contaminated so him not wearing coat may not have killed him we don't know if he would have been a good president well he was not president for long people so Lexington president and that is an honor and his political talents running the family because Harrison's grandson Benjamin was elected the 23rd President of the United States in 1889 Benjamin Harrison came from a strong political family as mentioned before his grandfather William Henry Harrison was president and also his great grandfather Benjamin Harrison the fifth was a member of Congress during the Revolutionary War and signed the Declaration of Independence he accomplished a good amount in his presidency he raised taxes on imported goods and created the Sherman Antitrust Act which made monopolies illegal a big story of his presidency was hard to try and rebuild the nation's economy the Great Depression was 40 years away but people speculated that economic fallout was in this country's future Harrison passed laws with Congress there raised taxes in the middle and lower class and lower taxes on the upper class many Americans were very angry at Harrison and the Republicans for not worrying about the lower class and just focusing on themselves the problem was Harrison was known as the human iceberg he would not accept any ideas that challenged him he was a deeply religious man and he believed that he became God's friend when he was president Harrison didn't get too much done in his one term as president he did acquire the Samoan Islands from Germany but his inability to have his ideas challenged held him back as president and he was not very popular popularity is a very important thing to becoming president and also staying president one of the most popular guys to ever run for president was Dwight D Eisenhower or Ike in fact he was so popular in 1948 both major political parties tried to get him to run for them Eisenhower was a five-star general during World War two which is the second highest rank in the US Army when he ran for president in 1953 America was still very proud of their victory in Europe and Japan and was very excited that a high-ranking military Jenna would be lean the country thankful president I for president I for president I thank you like I like everybody like thankful president ago with a kaiju Washington we don't want talking more hurry let's do that big job right that game except with the divertor can accept with I do like I like everybody my side for better than command big become we'll take our to Washington we got together we are going to travel day I die for personal a ball the other way we all go with [Music] Thank You Washington watch it how is the time for all good Americans to come to the aid of their punter Eisenhower was kind of like our seventh President Andrew Jackson retired war hero and man-of-the-people Eisenhower would hold lots of press conferences to let the American public know what was going on in office a lot of what Eisenhower handled was war related not because he knew war but because there were lots of wars as wrapping up our starting he had to maintain peace by ending the Korean War he US refused to supply more bombs to the Department of Treasury to help defend against Russia during the Cold War because he feared the Cold War escalate into another world war if both countries just kept them building defenses this was a very critical turning point in America and both parties won a control of the prentices of government so they can make the tough decisions and Eisenhower helped the Republicans get in power because he was so popular the Republicans wanted to stay in power and they used Eisenhower's popularity to do it he didn't even want to run for a second term until some senators told him it was a good idea Ike was smart and he knew how to get people to like him which got his party power for 80 of the most critical years in modern American history this is something that always happens in elections but it was pulled off masterfully by the Republicans and let them keep power while some presidents gain the respect and Trust of the people by just being themselves some shredded sheep to get it Richard Nixon started out in Washington as the new young congressman from California later he was elected president in 1968 to 1972 in his 72 re-election even though he was just president he and fellow Republicans were outside the polls in the solid south which was a large group of southern states were mainly voting for Democrats in those states included Texas in Florida which are to the top four states with the most electoral votes and also to add to the frustration Edward Kennedy the person Nixon thought he would have to face in the general election lost out to South Dakota senator George McGovern then on June 17 1972 five men were caught breaking into the Democratic headquarters in the Watergate complex these men were traced by the FBI back to Richard Nixon's campaign more and more Nixon's close workers such as Alex Butterfield told the media about Nixon's secret taping system which would help him steal the Democratic strategy and win more votes a lot of this information came out after Nixon won the election 49 out of 50 states the most whopping landslide victories in history after these stories came out Nixon lost in the majority of his support even among his own party Nixon admitted that he didn't make some mistakes but he insisted that he did not send the men to break into the Watergate complex and he didn't do anything illegal Nixon tried to fight the accusers but a new tape release revealed that Nixon was aware of the men breaking into the DNC we're about the contrary because the FBI is not a different role because traitors isn't exactly on that role they have their cookies now these productive areas is nicknamed additionally not to the money except the to the back sort of the banker so it was virtually wanted to go also the Vincent things like this one came in off the street to the FBI is about the party were too many friends at the power who develops to this back partner and that had pictures of death card actually letter did documents things like that bitter bitter over in Italy up with yesterday and John being analyzed very here who live site whose occurs that with visual representation of the only way to solve this which set in that effort 80 to 100 pieces and reserved in the human that the way in the south is for us to have Walker's or background and just say stay anonymous this is necessary a legitimate that's not unusual and that would take wanted just a few acres have essentially given this who have relationship or Marco in the do landmark problems equality is an ambitious holiday say Bhutan sir Carlton homeowners record well because the FBI agents who are working the case at this point people that what it is this is the area doctor the guy [Applause] with Nixon facing almost certain impeachment and the country turned against him he resigned as president therefore I shall resign the presidency effective at noon tomorrow Nixon almost faced impeachment were resigned before it happened the impeachment process works like this and there's a scandal that violates the Constitution the House of Representatives votes toon peach the president if they do the president is impeached then the house Cent's articles of impeachment to the Senate where they vote whether or not to convict the president if the Senate votes to convict the president their president is removed from office and the vice president becomes the president if they vote not to convict him and the president goes back to being the president no president has ever been removed from office during Pietschmann there have been three impeachments as of 2020 Bill Clinton and Donald Trump were both impeached in more recent years but a lesser known impeachment happened in 1868 Andrew Johnson was Abraham Lincoln's vice president for a second term even though Johnson was pro-slavery and a former slave owner himself there were a few reasons he was chosen to be Lincoln's running me Liggins still had a lot of hate from the south and choosing a southerner and slave owner would be good for getting more voters on inside also Lincoln and Johnson were both born into poverty and were self-made politicians when Lincoln was assassinated a pro-slavery became president which is not what the Republicans wanted they hope to use Johnson to get more power by helping Lincoln get reelected and now they were giving it away he was now after Johnson to rebuild the nation after an awful Civil War the problem was Johnson was still pro-slavery even though he released all his slaves during the war and supported the North he still actively opposed the 14th amendment which recognized all black people as citizens he was very nice to the south after the war and often vetoed laws passed by Congress that punish the South for their actions earning himself the nickname veto President Congress grew tired of Johnson continuously shooting down their ideas so they'd impeach Johnson for violating the Ten of office act when he fired a man that Congress had already overturned his previous suspension when the vote reached the Senate there were 35 years and nineteen knows making him one vote shy the two-thirds vote to be impeached besides being impeached Johnson did purchase Alaska from Russia which was helpful territory to buy in the end Lincoln may not have been reelected without Johnson as his running mate but when he was killed he not only lost one of the country's best leaders we inherited one of the worst many people regard Johnson as the worst president ever after finishing his term he retired and went back to th US Senate he's the only person to go from being a president to being a senator we've had lots of presidents we can't expect every single one of them to be good every president has a story about their presidency some good some bad grade leaders have gotten us out of a lot of holes in American history residents have expanded the size of the country they've inspired greatness in Americans the president comes up with solutions they know when to stop and when to go they define what our history was and what our future will be their actions will aside what happens to this country

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