1001 Facts About Presidents of the United States

1. John Adams became convinced that Congress was moving in the proper direction—away from Great Britain.

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2. Abraham Lincoln was part of seances after his son died in the White House.

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3. Obama Biden appointed two women to serve on the Supreme Court in the first two years of his Presidency.

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4. Abraham Lincoln kept the country together during the Civil War and he ended slavery in the United States.

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5. George HW Bush became the first serving vice president to be elected president since Martin Van Buren in 1836, as well as the first person to succeed someone from his own party to the presidency via election to the office in his own right since Herbert Hoover in 1929.

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6. Joseph Ruggles Wilson began reading at age ten; the delayed start was possibly caused by dyslexia.

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7. Hillary Clinton formed an alliance with Secretary of Defense Gates as they shared similar strategic outlooks.

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8. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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9. Early in 1918, The Wilson issued his principles for an end to the war, the Fourteen Points.

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10. Hillary Clinton's became the first First Lady of the United States to be a candidate for elected office.

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11. In 1964, The Clinton graduated from Hot Springs High School, where he was a musician and student leader.

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12. The Clinton eventually moved to Texas with Rodham in 1972 to take a job leading McGovern's effort there.

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13. Barack Obama attended Punahou School—a private college preparatory school—with the aid of a scholarship from fifth grade until he graduated from high school in 1979.

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14. In 1921, The Wilson opened a law office with former Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby, but Wilson's second attempt at practicing law proved no more enjoyable than his first, and the practice was closed by the end of 1922.

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15. Joe Biden declared his candidacy for President on January 31, 2007, after having discussed running for months prior.

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16. George HW Bush worked to absorb the John Birch Society members, who were trying to take over the Party.

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17. President Obama became the 44th president, and the first African American to be elected to that office.

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18. Vice President Mike Pence expected to take tough line on China as he heads to Asia.

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19. Woodrow Wilson was nominated as the Democratic presidential candidate on the New Freedom platform in 1912, opposing Republican incumbent William Howard Taft.

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20. Woodrow Wilson made his final offer to mediate peace on December 18, 1916.

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21. In 2010, The Wilson was inducted into the New Jersey Hall of Fame.

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22. Mike Pence began to climb the party leadership structure and from 2005 to 2007 was chairman of the Republican Study Committee, a group of conservative House Republicans.

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23. John Adams was born on the family farm in Braintree, Massachusetts.

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24. Woodrow Wilson hoped that the parties could be reorganized along ideological, not geographic, lines.

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25. The United States Senate has censured and condemned senators; censure requires only a simple majority and does not remove a senator from office.

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26. Hillary Clinton worked several very different jobs during her summers in college.

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27. John Adams made an initial effort to bring Jefferson into the cabinet and involve him in shaping foreign policy, but Jefferson declined the offer, preferring to retain his independence.

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28. President George HW Bush had an incredible number of experiences before he succeeded Ronald Reagan in the White House in 1989.

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29. President Obama graduated with a BA degree in 1983 and worked for about a year at the Business International Corporation, where he was a financial researcher and writer, then as a project coordinator for the New York Public Interest Research Group on the City College of New York campus for three months in 1985.

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30. In 2000, Lincoln United was the twelfth-largest resettlement site per capita in the country.

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31. Wilson Washington called for the establishment of an association of nations to guarantee the independence and territorial integrity of all nations—a League of Nations.

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32. Woodrow Wilson attributed the success of Wilson and others against the Taft Republicans in 1910 in part to the emergent national progressive message enunciated by Theodore Roosevelt after his presidency.

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33. Wilson Washington tips his hat as he exits the White House on his way to a parade along Pennsylvania Avenue.

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34. Van Buren was known for his uncanny political acumen and he was given a number of nicknames including "Little Magician" and "Sly Fox".

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35. When his eldest son Abraham Van Buren married Angelica Singleton in 1838, he quickly acted to install his daughter-in-law as his hostess.

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36. Van Buren had just taken office when the resulting economic collapse hit.

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37. John Trump was born in New York City on August 21, 1907.

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38. The Wilson engaged in a spirited campaign, criss-crossing the country to deliver numerous speeches.

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39. Woodrow Wilson responded by sending 6,000 troops under General John Pershing to the area.

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40. Lincoln United vetoed only four bills passed by Congress; the only important one was the Wade-Davis Bill with its harsh program of Reconstruction.

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41. Donald John Trump was born on June 14, 1946, at the Jamaica Hospital in the Queens borough of New York City.

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42. Abraham Lincoln served as a lobbyist for the Illinois Central Railroad as its company attorney.

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43. Hillary Clinton voted against President Bush's two major tax cut packages, the Economic Growth and Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2001 and the Jobs and Growth Tax Relief Reconciliation Act of 2003.

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44. Joe Biden became vice president of the United States after spending 36 years as a US senator from Delaware.

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45. John Adams assumed a less visible role but helped manage the delegation's finances and record-keeping.

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46. Karen Pence was the First Lady of Indiana during her husband's term as governor of the state from 2013 to 2017.

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47. The Clinton knows it herself—she ran Hillary The Clinton's 2008 presidential bid until then-Sen.

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48. President Obama became the first African American to be elected president.

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49. Lincoln was born on Feb 12, 1809, in Kentucky; he was professionally successful in Illinois.

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50. In June 1864, Lincoln United approved the Yosemite Grant enacted by Congress, which provided unprecedented federal protection for the area now known as Yosemite National Park.

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51. Van Buren had a role as the main advisor when Andrew Jackson served as the president of United States for eight years.

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52. Hillary Clinton is in favor of maintaining American influence in the Middle East.

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53. Woodrow Wilson studied political philosophy and history, joined the Phi Kappa Psi fraternity, was active in the Whig literary and debating society, and organized the Liberal Debating Society.

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54. Along the way, Abraham Lincoln became known for his physical strength as well as his formidable self-education.

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55. Joseph Ruggles Wilson had not waited for completion of the tariff legislation to proceed with his next item of reform—banking—which he initiated in June 1913.

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56. The Clinton was nominated by The Clinton in 1997 to the Second Circuit.

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57. John Adams announced that he would send a peace commission to France but simultaneously called for a military buildup to counter any potential French threat.

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58. Lincoln was part of seances after his son died in the White House.

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59. The Wilson directed Chairman of Finance Henry Morgenthau not to accept contributions from corporations and to prioritize smaller donations from the widest possible quarters of the public, and Morgenthau did this.

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60. Woodrow Wilson ordered the military occupation of the Dominican Republic shortly after the resignation of its President Juan Isidro Jimenes Pereyra in 1916.

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61. George HW Bush was assigned by Reagan to chair two special task forces, on deregulation and international drug smuggling.

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62. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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63. Barack Obama won the Nobel Peace Prize in October 2009 for his "extraordinary efforts" at international diplomacy and foreign policy, especially with the Muslin world.

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64. In 1996, President Obama officially launched his own political career, winning election to the Illinois State Senate as a Democrat from the South Side neighborhood of Hyde Park.

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65. The Wilson was the first president to receive a PhD which he got in Political Science from Johns Hopkins University.

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66. Michelle Barack Obama gets real candid in her new memoir, Becoming, even opening up about her own struggles with infertility.

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67. Construction of the modern Oval Office was completed in 1934.

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68. Lincoln United closely reviewed the dispatches and interrogated naval officers during their clash in the Battle of Hampton Roads.

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69. Joseph Ruggles Wilson had earlier downplayed Germany's guilt in starting the war by calling for "peace without victory", but he had taken an increasingly hard stand at Paris and rejected advice to soften the treaty's treatment of Germany.

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70. In 1977, at a backyard barbeque, George HW Bush was introduced by friends to Laura Welch, a school teacher and librarian.

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71. Karen Pence has worked as an educator, teacher, and painter.

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72. George HW Bush was the first House Republican to represent his Houston district, including his residence in the Tanglewood; His voting record in the House was generally conservative: Bush voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1968, although it was generally unpopular in his district.

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73. Karen Pence has an influence on husband Mike Pence's conservative stances.

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74. Barack Obama endorsed 74 candidates in House and Senate races around the country ahead of Tuesday's midterms and 39 of them, or 52.7 percent, won their respective races.

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75. Joseph Ruggles Wilson threatened a diplomatic break unless Germany repudiated the action; Germany then gave a written promise: "liners will not be sunk by our submarines".

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76. Joe Biden had voted against authorization for the Gulf War in 1991, siding with 45 of the 55 Democratic senators; he said the US was bearing almost all the burden in the anti-Iraq coalition.

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77. Woodrow Wilson was born on December 28, 1856 in Staunton, Virginia.

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78. Lincoln United was a simple man of tastes, and he never drank in the White House.

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79. Van Buren spent only six months in England as the Senate, in January 1832, refused to confirm his appointment by one vote—a ballot cast by Vice President John Calhoun.

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80. In 1921, Joseph Ruggles Wilson opened a law office with former Secretary of State Bainbridge Colby, but Wilson's second attempt at practicing law proved no more enjoyable than his first, and the practice was closed by the end of 1922.

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81. John Trump took an unusually long time to assemble his cabinet, in part because many of his nominations to positions requiring Senate confirmation were filibustered by Democrats.

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82. Mike Pence invited a Messianic Jew to pray at a recent campaign rally.

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83. Hillary Clinton is not planning to run for president in 2020, her campaign chairman John Podesta said recently.

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84. Mike Pence compares himself to Oprah while stumping in Georgia.

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85. Hillary Diane's said she had done minimal work for the bank.

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86. Barack Obama attended Punahou School—a private college preparatory school—with the aid of a scholarship from fifth grade until he graduated from high school in 1979.

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87. John Trump is running for re-election next year and a loss would mean his presidency ends in January 2021.

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88. John Adams signed the Alien and Sedition Acts of 1798.

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89. In July 2013, President Obama expressed reservations and stated he "would reject the Keystone XL pipeline if it increased carbon pollution" or "greenhouse emissions".

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90. Lincoln United served one term in the US House of Representatives.

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91. The Wilson sought a middle ground between progressives such as Bryan and conservative Republicans like Nelson Aldrich, who, as chairman of the National Monetary Commission, had put forward a plan for a central bank that would give private financial interests a large degree of control over the monetary system.

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92. In March 2004, Joe Biden secured the brief release of Libyan democracy activist and political prisoner Fathi Eljahmi, after meeting with leader Muammar Gaddafi in Tripoli.

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93. Lincoln United handled this difficult situation by using a series of artfully conditional responses.

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94. Joseph Ruggles Wilson, renominated without opposition, employed his campaign slogan "He kept us out of war", though he never promised unequivocally to stay out of the war.

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95. Joe Biden would credit her with renewing his interest in both politics and life.

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96. Abraham Lincoln United was born in 1809, 12 years after Washington left office, and would become the 16th president of the United States.

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97. Woodrow Wilson is the top, middle and bottom of it.

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98. Abraham Lincoln is both the most criticized as well as the most cherished President of United States.

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99. Van Buren spoke English as a second language, unlike any other president; his primary language in his youth was Dutch.

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100. On February 8, 1977, Carter stated he had urged the Soviet Union to align with the US in forming "a comprehensive test ban to stop all nuclear testing for at least an extended period of time" and that he was in favor of the Soviet Union ceasing deployment of the RSD-10 Pioneer.

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101. Abraham Lincoln demanded that Polk show Congress the spot where American blood had first been shed by the Mexican army.

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102. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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103. Abraham Lincoln abandoned the bill when it failed to garner sufficient Whig supporters.

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104. Joseph Ruggles Wilson was the third president to marry while in office.

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105. John Adams served on a committee of three, including Samuel Adams and James Bowdoin, to draft the constitution.

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106. Joseph Ruggles Wilson managed to maneuver through the complexities of local politics.

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107. Vince Carter still hasn't decided what his plan is after this season, whether he'll retire or come back for year No 22.

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108. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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109. The United States Senate allows each of its members more freedom to debate bills, and it allows the minority party to make more decisions than in the House.

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110. In 1996, Barack Obama officially launched his own political career, winning election to the Illinois State Senate as a Democrat from the South Side neighborhood of Hyde Park.

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111. President Obama emphasized the importance of unity and made veiled jabs at the Bush administration and the diversionary use of wedge issues.

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112. The Wilson expressed sympathy for the plight of Jews, especially in Poland and France.

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113. Lincoln United was photographed with John Wilkes Booth at his second inauguration.

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114. On January 20, 2009, Barack Obama was sworn in as the 44th president of the United States.

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115. Hillary Diane's received a Juris Doctor degree from Yale in 1973, having stayed on an extra year to be with Clinton.

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116. Joseph Ruggles Wilson was renominated at the 1916 Democratic National Convention without opposition.

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117. President Obama was elected over Republican John McCain and was inaugurated on January 20, 2009.

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118. President Obama nominated Sonia Sotomayor on May 26, 2009 to replace retiring Associate Justice David Souter; she was confirmed on August 6, 2009, becoming the first Supreme Court Justice of Hispanic descent.

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119. John Adams was a political activist prior to the American Revolution and was devoted to the right to counsel and presumption of innocence.

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120. The United States Senate has a rule passed in 1917 called a cloture rule, which limits debate to thirty hours before a final vote is taken on a bill.

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121. Van Buren became involved in politics by the age of 18 when he helped John Peter Van Ness win the party nomination for the election to New York's 6th congressional district.

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122. George HW Bush does not leave an entirely unblemished legacy; critics, particularly on social media, pointed to the so-called Willie Horton ad that was at the heart of his successful 1988 campaign.

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123. Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, two years after the territory was admitted to the Union as the 50th state.

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124. Abraham Lincoln signed the Homestead Act in 1862, making millions of acres of government-held land in the West available for purchase at very low cost.

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125. George HW Bush was stationed in China as the head of the US liaison office in Beijing between 1974 and 1975.

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126. Barack Obama selected Biden from a field speculated to include former Indiana Governor and Senator Evan Bayh and Virginia Governor Tim Kaine.

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127. Van Buren opened his own law office when he was 21 and married his childhood sweetheart, Hannah Hoes.

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128. Woodrow Wilson had won a promise that merchant ships would not be sunk without warning, and most importantly had kept the US out of the war.

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129. Lincoln United fought the factions by pitting them against each other, by carefully distributing political patronage, and by appealing to the American people.

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130. Woodrow Wilson was presented with a vacancy on the Supreme Court, which he succeeded in filling with a controversial nominee, Louis Brandeis, the first Jewish member of the court.

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131. Hillary Clinton's hosted the first-ever White House Conference on Teenagers and the first-ever White House Conference on Philanthropy (1999).

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132. Lincoln United saved his lesson on how bones heal for his summation to the jury.

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133. Van Buren served in the US Senate, where he firmly backed the tariffs of 1824 and 1828.

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134. Woodrow Wilson proposed marriage in September 1883; she accepted, but they agreed to postpone marriage while Wilson attended graduate school.

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135. George HW Bush was dedicated to curbing the deficit, believing that America could not continue to be a leader in the world without doing so.

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136. John Trump began campaigning against Hillary Clinton, who became the presumptive Democratic nominee on June 6, 2016.

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137. Wilson Washington directed Chairman of Finance Henry Morgenthau not to accept contributions from corporations and to prioritize smaller donations from the widest possible quarters of the public, and Morgenthau did this.

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138. On November 8, 2016, Mike Pence was elected Vice President of the United States as Trump's running mate.

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139. George HW Bush signaled his green credentials early with a 1988 speech that sounded like it had come straight from The Big Book of Democrat Party Talking Points.

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140. Hillary Clinton joined the Rose Law Firm in Little Rock and, in 1977, was appointed to part-time chairman of the Legal Services Corporation by President Carter.

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141. Barack Obama announced in Springfield and nodded to Lincoln and the less radical version of King.

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142. Joint Base Andrews is located at, a few miles southeast of Washington, DC near the town of Morningside.

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143. On March 2, 2006, President George HW Bush announced that his father would lead the American delegation to the inauguration of President-elect of the Republic of Portugal Anibal Cavaco Silva.

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144. John Adams was the second president of the United States and was one of the most influential presidents.

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145. Joseph Ruggles Wilson gave a speech at the Metropolitan Opera House in defense of the League—he was more insistent about it than ever.

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146. Barack Obama revoked President George W Bush's restoration of President Ronald Reagan's Mexico City Policy prohibiting federal aid to international family planning organizations that perform or provide counseling about abortion.

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147. On September 24, 2009, President Obama became the first sitting US President to preside over a meeting of the United Nations Security Council.

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148. Wilson Washington was nominated as the Democratic presidential candidate on the New Freedom platform in 1912, opposing Republican incumbent William Howard Taft.

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149. On June 19, 2008, President Obama became the first major-party presidential candidate to turn down public financing in the general election since the system was created in 1976.

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150. Wilson was Mr Wilson's private and political secretary from 1956 to 1983, which included his leadership of the Labour Party and his time in office.

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151. In May 1920, Joseph Ruggles Wilson sent a long-deferred proposal to Congress to have the US accept a mandate from the League of Nations to take over Armenia.

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152. President Obama is the fourth US president to be awarded the Nobel Peace Prize and the third to become a Nobel laureate while in office.

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153. Hillary Clinton's received a Juris Doctor degree from Yale in 1973, having stayed on an extra year to be with Clinton.

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154. Joe Biden emphasizes health care as he stumps in St Charles for congressional candidate.

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155. Van Buren was a key advisor during Jackson's eight years as President of the United States and he built the organizational structure for the coalescing Democratic Party, particularly in New York.

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156. In May 2015, Mike Pence signed a bill stripping Ritz of much of her authority over standardized testing and other education issues, and reconstituting the State Board of Education dominated by Pence appointees.

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157. The Clinton was impeached by the House for lying about an illicit affair—period.

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158. Vice President Mike Pence is pictured on February 1, 2019, in Doral, Florida.

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159. In 2004, Carter had written a book with his friend Ken Klonsky.

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160. Wilson Washington had a series of debilitating strokes and had to cut short his trip on September 26, 1919.

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161. Wilson Washington was an All-American player at Old Dominion University and played for two seasons in the National Basketball Association.

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162. The United States Senate met behind closed doors until 1794, only opening them after much agitation by both states and senators—mostly southern.

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163. Abraham Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation in January 1, 1863, that freed the slaves within the Confederacy.

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164. Barack Obama visited Havana, Cuba for two days in March 2016, becoming the first sitting US President to arrive since Calvin Coolidge in 1928.

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165. Barack Obama promised his wife he would give up smoking before moving to Washington.

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166. At the age of 24, Martin Van Buren married the 23 years old Hannah Hoes.

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167. Karen Pence expands access to art therapy in Japan with $54K grant.

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168. Abraham Lincoln was born in a Kentucky log cabin in 1809, and in 1816 his father, Thomas, moved the family across the Ohio River to a 160-acre plot in southern Indiana.

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169. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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170. In 2009, Mike Pence led the Republican effort to defeat the American Clean Energy and Security Act, a Democratic-backed bill to cut greenhouse gas emissions (and therefore combat climate change) through a cap-and-trade system.

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171. Van Buren had bought the Van Ness estate two miles from his hometown of Kinderhook, New York in 1839.

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172. Joseph Ruggles Wilson made his final offer to mediate peace on December 18, 1916.

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173. On January 26, 1996, Hillary Clinton became the first First Lady to be subpoenaed to testify before a federal grand jury.

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174. In 1860, Lincoln secured the Republican Party presidential nomination as a moderate from a swing state, though most delegates originally favored other candidates.

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175. On November 6, 2012, President Obama won 332 electoral votes, exceeding the 270 required for him to be reelected as president.

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176. George HW Bush was remembered Saturday at Chicago's legendary Billy Goat Tavern, an establishment where politicians of all stripes have stumped for decades.

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177. Hillary Clinton might run in 2020—but history is not on her side.

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178. Wilson Washington sought to move away from the foreign policy of his predecessors, which he viewed as imperialistic, and he rejected Taft's Dollar Diplomacy.

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179. Obama Biden emphasized the importance of unity and made veiled jabs at the Bush administration and the diversionary use of wedge issues.

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180. Barack Obama became the 44th president, and the first African American to be elected to that office.

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181. In January 2003, Barack Obama became chairman of the Illinois Senate's Health and Human Services Committee when Democrats, after a decade in the minority, regained a majority.

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182. On September 26, 2014, Hillary Clinton became a first-time grandmother when daughter Chelsea gave birth to Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.

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183. The Clinton was impeached by the House for lying about an illicit affair—period.

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184. Hillary Diane's helped to organize a diplomatic isolation and international sanctions regime against Iran, in an effort to force curtailment of that country's nuclear program; this would eventually lead to the multinational Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action agreement in 2015.

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185. Abraham Lincoln stated Douglas' popular sovereignty theory was a threat to the nation's morality and that Douglas represented a conspiracy to extend slavery to free states.

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186. Woodrow Wilson presided over the passage of the Federal Reserve Act, which created a central banking system in the form of the Federal Reserve System.

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187. In 1966, George HW Bush was elected to a seat in the United States House of Representatives from the 7th District of Texas; he won 57 percent of the ballots cast in a race against Democrat Frank Briscoe, who was the district attorney of Harris County.

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188. Joseph Ruggles Wilson moved his private supply of alcoholic beverages to the wine cellar of his Washington residence after his term of office ended.

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189. George HW Bush defeated Dukakis and his running mate, Lloyd Bentsen, in the Electoral College, by 426 to 111.

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190. Mike Pence proposed legislation to end the dual mandate of the Federal Reserve, requiring the Fed to just focus on price stability and not full employment.

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191. Van Buren responded with a thorough reconsideration of Jackson's hard-money order.

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192. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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193. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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194. Woodrow Wilson was the 28th President of the United States.

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195. In 1992, before his presidency, The Clinton proposed sending a peace envoy to Northern Ireland, but this was dropped to avoid tensions with the UK government.

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196. On January 27, 2010, President Obama Biden delivered his first State of the Union speech.

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197. Lincoln United believed that curtailing slavery in these ways would economically expunge it, as envisioned by the Founding Fathers, under the constitution.

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198. On November 4, 2008, Barack Obama Biden became the first African American to be elected President of the United States, sparking many celebrations in the United States and around the world.

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199. Mike Pence was born in Columbus, Indiana, graduated from Hanover College in 1981 and earned his Doctorate in Jurisprudence from Indiana University School of Law in 1986.

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200. George HW Bush described START as "a significant step forward in dispelling half a century of mistrust".

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201. Barack Obama attended Punahou School—a private college preparatory school—with the aid of a scholarship from fifth grade until he graduated from high school in 1979.

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202. Early in his presidency, Obama Biden moved to bolster US troop strength in Afghanistan.

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203. Joseph Ruggles Wilson sought a middle ground between progressives such as Bryan and conservative Republicans like Nelson Aldrich, who, as chairman of the National Monetary Commission, had put forward a plan for a central bank that would give private financial interests a large degree of control over the monetary system.

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204. Joe Biden considered a presidential run in 2016, but ultimately decided against it.

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205. Hillary Clinton made a historic run for the White House in 2016, becoming the first woman to receive the presidential nomination from one of the two major American political parties.

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206. Obama Biden declared his candidacy for President on January 31, 2007, after having discussed running for months prior.

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207. Van Buren announced his proposal in September 1837, but an alliance of conservative Democrats and Whigs prevented it from becoming law until 1840.

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208. Wilson Washington engaged in a spirited campaign, criss-crossing the country to deliver numerous speeches.

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209. President Obama lived with his mother and half-sister, Maya Soetoro, in Hawaii for three years from 1972 to 1975 while his mother was a graduate student in anthropology at the University of Hawaii.

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210. Hillary Clinton said she didn't want to run for president again in 2020.

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211. Mike Pence created a new "Center for Education and Career Innovation" to coordinate efforts between schools and the private sector; Ritz opposed the Center, viewing it as a "power grab" and encroachment on her own duties.

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212. John Adams renewed his push for the right to a jury trial.

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213. George HW Bush still maintains his great physical assets and stands tall at 6′ 2″ or 188 cm.

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214. George HW Bush became the US Navy's youngest pilot when he received his Naval Aviator wings and naval commission on 9 June 1943, three days before turning 19.

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215. President Obama delivered his victory speech before hundreds of thousands of supporters in Chicago's Grant Park.

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216. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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217. George HW Bush, had a net worth of around $23 million, although much of it is tied up in property.

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218. Mike Pence described the Bipartisan Campaign Reform Act, known as McCain–Feingold, which regulates the financing of political campaigns, as "oppressive restrictions on free speech".

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219. John Trump entered the 2016 presidential race as a Republican and defeated sixteen opponents in the primaries.

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220. Barack Obama was elected to the Illinois State Senate in 1996 representing the South Side neighborhoods of Chicago.

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221. Lincoln United was united in marriage to James C Tappe on May 6, 1948.

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222. President Obama attempted to reach out to Arab leaders by granting his first interview to an Arab satellite TV network, Al Arabiya.

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223. The German government, Joseph Ruggles Wilson said, "means to stir up enemies against us at our very doors".

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224. Woodrow Wilson began a public campaign for the nomination in the South, with a speech to the Pewter Platter Club in Norfolk, Virginia.

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225. Lincoln United was viewed by abolitionists as a champion for human liberty.

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226. Abraham Lincoln adhered to the Whig theory of the presidency, which gave Congress primary responsibility for writing the laws while the Executive enforced them.

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227. Joe Biden became known for his foreign policy while in the Senate.

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228. Joseph Ruggles Wilson finally won two-thirds of the vote on the convention's 46th ballot, and Marshall became Wilson's running mate.

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229. Hillary Diane's is the fifth presidential candidate in US history to win the popular vote but lose the election.

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230. Wilson Washington experienced more success with his return to writing, and he published short works on the international impact of the American Revolution and the rise of totalitarianism.

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231. Joseph Ruggles Wilson agreed to the creation of mandates in former German and Ottoman territories, allowing the European powers and Japan to establish de facto colonies in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

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232. On November 10, 1923, Wilson Washington made a short Armistice Day radio speech from the library of his home, his last national address.

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233. Joe Biden comes from a long line of working people in Scranton—auto salesmen, car dealers, people who know how to make a sale.

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234. President John Trump urged Nicolas Maduro's military regime in Venezuela to allow humanitarian aid into the country and reiterated that all options are on the table in a speech that hit home both his international and domestic agenda.

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235. Mike Pence will meet hold a roundtable at a local church in the Doral area of greater Miami, where many Venezuelan exiles have established themselves since the socialist government of Hugo Chavez, Maduro's predecessor and mentor, came to power 20 years ago.

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236. Abraham Lincoln United suffered from "melancholy", a condition which now is referred to as clinical depression.

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237. Mike Pence rejuvenated his political career by running for the US House of Representatives again in 2000, this time winning the seat in after six-year incumbent David M McIntosh opted to run for governor of Indiana.

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238. Hillary Clinton has explicitly focused on family issues and supports universal preschool.

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239. George HW Bush was a skilled diplomat and helped steer Mikhail Gorbachev toward peacefully dissolving the Soviet Union.

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240. The United States Senate rules and customs were reformed in the twentieth century, largely in the 1970s.

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241. John Adams was the primary author of the Massachusetts Constitution in 1780, which influenced the United States' own constitution, as did his earlier Thoughts on Government.

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242. On October 30, 2009, President Obama lifted the ban on travel to the United States by those infected with HIV, which was celebrated by Immigration Equality.

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243. Vice President Mike Pence responded to Oprah Winfrey and channeled his inner "Anchorman" while campaigning for Republican gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp in Georgia.

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244. The Wilson was a college professor, university president and Democratic governor of New Jersey before winning the White House in 1912.

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245. President George HW Bush was unable to write due to his Parkinson's, but it was his sentiments.

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246. John Adams was sustained in his attempted usurpations by all the New England states and by a powerful public sentiment in each of the Middle States.

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247. Mike Pence initially proposed the initiative in his State of the State address in January 2015.

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248. Wilson was elected president of the American Political Science Association in 1910, but soon decided to leave his Princeton post and enter New Jersey state politics.

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249. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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250. Hillary Clinton has a border wall around her Chappaqua estate.

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251. Hillary Clinton's became the first female candidate to be nominated for president by a major US political party.

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252. In terms of Reconstruction, The Wilson held the common Southern view that the South was demoralized by Northern carpetbaggers and that overreach on the part of the Radical Republicans justified extreme measures to reassert Democratic national and state governments.

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253. In 1952, Carter began an association with the US Navy's fledgling nuclear submarine program, then-led by Captain Hyman G Rickover.

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254. Woodrow Wilson Washington died from a stroke and heart complications at the age of 67, on February 3, 1924.

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255. Woodrow Wilson became a prominent 1912 presidential contender immediately upon his election as Governor of New Jersey in 1910, and his clashes with state party bosses enhanced his reputation with the rising Progressive movement.

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256. Karen Pence thanked Ayers for his service in a tweet early Sunday dedication to the @VP team and his efforts to advance the @POTUS agenda.

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257. Abraham Lincoln United had his critics as well, particularly in the South: there were those who regarded him as an opponent to the values of personal freedom and states' rights.

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258. President Obama intervened in the troubled automotive industry in March 2009, renewing loans for General Motors and Chrysler to continue operations while reorganizing.

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259. Hillary Clinton's participated in swimming and softball and earned numerous badges as a Brownie and a Girl Scout.

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260. Barack Obama intervened in the troubled automotive industry in March 2009, renewing loans for General Motors and Chrysler to continue operations while reorganizing.

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261. Mike Pence "will rally support for the Venezuelan people and reiterate the steadfast support from the United States in their fight for freedom", the White House official said.

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262. George HW Bush will lie in state at the US Capitol before a memorial service at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC.

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263. Wilson Washington agreed to the creation of mandates in former German and Ottoman territories, allowing the European powers and Japan to establish de facto colonies in the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.

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264. Abraham Lincoln was close to the Todds, and he and his family occasionally visited the Todd estate in Lexington.

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265. Woodrow Wilson made a partial recovery, but spent his remaining years seriously disabled.

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266. Barack Obama urged Congress to ratify a 12-nation free trade pact called the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

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267. George HW Bush began an effort to persuade the Democratic controlled Congress to act on the budget; with Republicans believing that the best way was to cut government spending, and Democrats convinced that the only way would be to raise taxes, Bush faced problems when it came to consensus building.

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268. John Adams was raised a Congregationalist, since his ancestors were Puritans.

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269. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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270. Joe Biden received student draft deferments during this period, at the peak of the Vietnam War, and in 1968, he was reclassified by the Selective Service System as not available for service due to having had asthma as a teenager.

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271. Obama Biden was officially nominated for a second term as vice president on September 6 by voice vote at the 2012 Democratic National Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina.

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272. Joseph Ruggles Wilson introduced a comprehensive program of domestic legislation at the outset of his administration, something no president had ever done before.

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273. Mike Pence came under scrutiny for being unusually quiet about who he'd support, a reflection of how the primary divided the populist strain of the GOP and its leaders.

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274. In 1974 Hillary Diane participated in the Watergate inquiry into the possible impeachment of Pres.

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275. Barack Obama was greeted with shouts of excitement as he entered restaurant Coyo Taco.

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276. John F Kennedy's Oval Office walls were adorned with seascapes and naval paintings.

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277. Joseph Ruggles Wilson tried to stop its showing during the World War.

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278. Abraham Lincoln United served a single term in the US House of Representatives from 1847 to 1849.

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279. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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280. In 2000, Barack Obama made an unsuccessful Democratic primary run for the US House of Representatives seat held by four-term incumbent candidate Bobby Rush.

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281. Lincoln United won re-election in 1864, as Union military triumphs heralded an end to the war.

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282. In December 2013, Obama Biden declared that growing income inequality is a "defining challenge of our time" and called on Congress to bolster the safety net and raise wages.

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283. Woodrow Wilson named Paul Warburg and other prominent bankers to direct the new system.

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284. The Wilson tips his hat as he exits the White House on his way to a parade along Pennsylvania Avenue.

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285. Hillary Clinton signaled she might be up for a potential 2020 presidential run during a live discussion Friday night with journalist Kara Swisher.

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286. John Adams squandered his popularity by signing the Alien and Sedition Acts into law in 1798.

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287. George HW Bush supported the Nixon administration's Vietnam policies, but broke with Republicans on the issue of birth control, which he supported.

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288. In December 2011, Barack Obama instructed agencies to consider LGBT rights when issuing financial aid to foreign countries.

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289. Barack Obama attended Punahou School—a private college preparatory school—with the aid of a scholarship from fifth grade until he graduated from high school in 1979.

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290. Van Buren led by 26 going into the fourth before claiming the victory.

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291. George HW Bush had an early lead, but his opponent, Democratic vice president Al Gore, bounced back.

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292. The Clinton has taught at the University of Arkansas Law School.

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293. Vice President Mike Karen Pence expected to take tough line on China as he heads to Asia.

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294. John Adams purchased a large brick house on Queen Street, not far from his office.

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295. President Obama gained 10 spots from the same survey in 2015 from the Brookings Institution that ranked Obama the 18th-greatest American President.

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296. Barack Obama attended Punahou School—a private college preparatory school—with the aid of a scholarship from fifth grade until he graduated from high school in 1979.

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297. Woodrow Wilson initiated a secret series of studies named The Inquiry, primarily focused on Europe, and carried out by a group in New York which included geographers, historians and political scientists; the group was directed by Colonel House.

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298. Hillary Clinton supported retaining and improving health benefits for reservists and lobbied against the closure of several military bases, especially those in New York.

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299. Woodrow Wilson proposed moving the students into colleges, known as quadrangles.

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300. Carter visited Nigeria from March 31—April 3, 1978, the trip being an attempt by the Carter administration to improve relations with the country.

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301. Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809, in a one-room log cabin in Hardin County, Kentucky; his family moved to southern Indiana in 1816.

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302. Woodrow Wilson was deeply affected by the loss, falling into depression.

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303. Hillary Diane's supports the US Export-Import Bank and holds that "any trade deal has to produce jobs and raise wages and increase prosperity and protect our security".

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304. The Wilson sought to move away from the foreign policy of his predecessors, which he viewed as imperialistic, and he rejected Taft's Dollar Diplomacy.

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305. Mike Pence revived his political career by running for Congress again in 2000, this time winning a seat.

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