J.F.K

J.F.K
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  • Introduction
  • Hello American People!
  • Personal Background
  • I think i want to run for President next!
  • Famous Quote
  • "Ask not what your country country can do for you-ask wat you can do for your country"
  • Anyone born in this country that is a naturalized citizen, should be known as a free citizen in the U.S
  • John FitzJerald Kennedy was the 35th president of the United States and he was a democrat. He had 303 electoral votes.
  • Domestic Issue
  • J.F.K went to many schools in his younger days in Massachusetts and New York. Before college, he went to Choate preparatory  school. Than he started college in Princeton And than finished his studies at Harvard University, which is where he graduated. Before Presidency, he was in the U.S Navy and was also into journalism.
  • Foreign Issue
  • I believe we should stay as neutral as possible!
  • I will try my best to come to an agreement with the Leader.
  • One of Kennedy's most famous quote was from his Inagural Adress "Ask not what can your country do for you-Ask what you can do for your country." I believe the context of this quote really means to think about other people first and it's better to give than receive.
  • Fun Facts
  • One of the major domestic issues that Kennedy had to face was, civil rights and dicrimination. Just like Martin Luther King Jr., he believed that all people were created equal and free.
  •  A major foreign issue he had to deal with was when Cuba were threatening with Nuclear Missiles and it was called the "Cuban Nuclear Crisis". The U.S sent a spy plane that took pictures of a Cuban Base and found nuclear missiles. J.F.K tried to reach a compromise and avoid the Nuclear war.
  • Months before WW2, The army disqualified JFK from Service. He donated his congressional and presidential salaries to charity. Kennedy feared running for re-election against Mitt Romney's father.
  • I am making the choice to donate my salaries to charity.
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