Washington's Farewell Address
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Dear fellow friends and citizens of the United States, it is time for you to choose a new President. That is why I am informing to you that I will not be running for President again.
No issues reside within our nation or with any foreign affairs. I believe that the people are of no need of my services. I know there are few that still want me to stay President, but I hope you won't mind my retiring.
Throughout my presidency, I have done my best in running and organizing our government. I did not think that I was qualified to become your President when I started. However, I have grown to support to this nation. Everyday, the need of retirement itches upon my back.
Even though I am retiring, I still have concerns over you. Therefore, I am passing on advice to you and the future of this nation. I have no need to lie to you since I will no longer be your beloved President.
Each and everyone of you love liberty. I know there is nothing I can say as a friend or President to increase that precious love.
My advice to you: Do not break up this government that we together have built. There will be other people and nations who will do anything to try and divide it. Always keep this government, and in the future, you will see why.
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