5 Best and 5 Worst Presidents of All Time

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Dwight D. Eisenhower

During his presidency, Eisenhower dealt with the Cold War-era tensions between America and the Soviet Union. Back then, there were constant threats of nuclear weapons.

He ended the war in Korea in 1953 and authorized covered anti-communist operations by the CIA all over the world. Back home, where America was enjoying a prosperous period, Eisenhower strengthened Social Security and created the massive Interstate Highway System.

Even though his career as a president was rich in successful events, he had some down points as well, as he failed to protect the civil rights of African American students, and his period is remembered as a time of racial turmoil.

And now, the losers. 

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12 thoughts on “5 Best and 5 Worst Presidents of All Time”

  1. I would bump Ike to 6th best, and move Theodore Roosevelt to FDR’s spot. On the worst list I would put Barack Obama somewhere on the list. Actually, I believe the 5 worst list should be expanded to 10.

  2. You missed Trump under worse president ever! Hard to miss him since he lied almost 40,000 times while in office and almost took back the presidency, that he lost fair and square, through a violent insurrection. You can’t be a chicken Shit like everyone else or this country and the democracy we stand for will soon perish. Grow a pair dude!

  3. Ronald Reagan was one of the worst presidents ever. He was responsible for arming and training the contras. He made the rich richer and the poor poorer. He almost eliminated the middle class. We are still paying for his programs. Ollie North brought heavy drugs into the US (at Reagans request). Instead of going to jail, he ran for public office…and won. He was behind the prisoners being held captive until after the election. No Mr Nice Guy!! There’s more!

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