President of The United States: Facts or Fiction
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#1. Thomas Jefferson wrote the declaration of independence
Thomas Jefferson, a spokesman for democracy, was an American Founding Father, the principal author of the Declaration of Independence (1776), and the third President of the United States (1801–1809).
#2. Ulysses S. Grant wanted to add the Dominican Republic to the United States
President Ulysses S. Grant wanted to annex the Dominican Republic to the United States, but his treaty failed in the Senate.
#3. No U.S. President has served more than two four-year terms in office.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt served three full terms and was elected to a fourth term. In 1955 the 22nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution was passed, limiting future presidents to two four-year terms.
#4. Joseph Stalin was a president of the United States
Joseph Stalin ruled over the Soviet Union from 1927 until his death in 1953. He is considered one of history’s most powerful dictators.
#5. Barack Obama was the first African American to be elected U.S. president
Barack Obama was the first African American to be elected president of the United States. His father was from Kenya, in Africa, and his mother was from Kansas.
#6. Unusual for a U.S. president, Barack Obama has written no books.
Barack Obama has written several books about his life and views. His books include Dreams from My Father (1995) and The Audacity of Hope (2006).
#7. Thomas Jefferson was the U.S. President who signed into law the Indian Removal Act.
Andrew Jackson authorized the Indian Removal Act in 1830, leading to a mass migration of Native Americans to the Western states. It was called the “Trail of Tears.”
#8. John Adam was president when America got independence
Under the leadership of General George Washington, the Continental Army and Navy defeated the British military securing the independence of the thirteen colonies.
#9. Three American presidents died on 4th July.
it is a fact of American history that three Founding Father Presidents—John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, and James Monroe—died on July 4, the Independence Day anniversary
#10. Thomas Jefferson’s image is on the Purple Heart.
The Purple Heart, awarded to soldiers wounded or injured while in service, bears an image of George Washington.