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Trump Cites Often Overlooked Andrew Jackson Quote About Civil War

He was really angry that he saw what was happening with regard to the Civil War. He said, “There's no reason for this.”

He was really angry that he saw what was happening with regard to the Civil War. He said, “There's no reason for this.”
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6 comments on “Trump Cites Often Overlooked Andrew Jackson Quote About Civil War

  1. Dan Gabella

    “Twat” is the first word that comes to mind but there are so may more.

  2. Another planet?

  3. Anonymous

    A National embarrassment to all Americans – even his “deplorable” voters should be embarrassed! Wonder what he will say/do tomorrow?

  4. Mark Hanna

    Threatening to send the army to hang Sen. John Calhoun is probably the sort of thing that would turn on the “Trumper” – not to mention his treatment of the “illegals” (Cherokees, Choctaws, Chickasaws) living on land that God intended for the white man.

  5. Fritzl

    South Carolina tried to secede from the U.S. during Andrew Jackson’s presidency because of Federal tariffs that favored northern manufacturing over southern cotton farming. Jackson quelled the secession effort by compromising on tariffs for southern agricultural products. Jackson did manage to abolish the Central Bank during his presidency. Good for him. The Civil War could have been prevented if Lincoln and the Northern States simply backed off on that pesky abolition of slavery issue.

    Somewhere in Trump’s brain lurks vague awareness that is entirely clouded by murky, distorted thoughts and ideas that he is incapable of filtering.

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