The 10 Worst Presidents In The History Of The United State

Himanshi singh       Nov 12, 2022

#Herbert Hoover

         Herbert Hoover served as the 31st President of the United States during the Great Depression, serving between 1929 to 1933. Hoover was criticized for being a poor communicator who many Americans perceived as cold and uncaring. 

#Zachary Taylor

         Zachary Taylor served as the 12th President from March 1849 until his death in July 1850. A national hero due to victories in the Mexican-American War as a major general in the US army, 

#Ulysses S. Grant

       The 18th President of the US was Republican Ulysses S. Grant who served as the head of state from 1869 to 1877. As a general in the military, Grant had played a major role in the Union army’s victory over the Confederacy’s forces during the American Civil , 

#John Tyler 

       In 1841, John Tyler was the nation’s 10th Vice President before being sworn in as President following the untimely death of William Henry Harris. Although he was elected as a member of the Whig party Tyler began his political career as a Democrat. 

#William Henry Harrison

       The 9th President of the United States was William Henry Harrison, who served for a period of about a month from March to April 1841. Harrison has the unfortunate distinction of being the very first American President to die in office. 

#Millard Fillmore

       Millard Fillmore was the final Whig member to hold the office of US President. Fillmore served in the role as the nation’s 13th President from 1850 to 1853. A former lawyer, Fillmore began his career in politics in 1829 as a member of the state legislature. 

#Franklin Pierce

       The 14th President of the US was Franklin Pierce whose term as head of state ran from 1853 to 1857. Pierce’s administration is widely considered to have been a failure which served as a leading reason for the political decline of the Democratic Party. 

#Andrew Johnson

       After Abraham Lincoln’s assassination his Vice President, Andrew Johnson, was sworn in as the 17th head of state. Johnson, a native of Raleigh, North Carolina, governed the country from 1865 to 1869. 

#Warren G. Harding

       The 29th President of the US was Warren G. Harding, who held office from 1921 to 1923. Harding is regarded by a great many historians to be one of America’s worst presidents. After his death stories of corruption and scandal became rampant. 

#James Buchanan

James Buchanan, Jr., a Democrat, was the 15th President of the United States, and held this prestigious post from 1857 to 1861. His mandate began just before the onset of the American Civil War. 

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