Born Leslie Lynch King, Jr., Gerald Rudolph Ford (1913 – 2006) was the 38th US President. Because he was appointed Vice-President, and later succeeded Richard Nixon as President upon Nixon’s resignation, he was the only one not elected into both posts.
nope, he did not have any kids, even with his second wife, still no kids
He jacked off the rest of his life :)
Lincoln was actually for slavery for a while. He didn't really care much about slavery problems until the early 1860s. I think he either changed his mind or he thought it would be good for his next election.
Elizabeth Ann Bloomer (1918-2011) married her first husband, William Warren, in 1942. But he suffered from alcoholism and she divorced him in 1947. She married Gerald Ford on October 15, 1948, just before his first election to Congress.
The 38th President of the United States was Gerald Ford from August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977. The 39th President of the United States was Jimmy Carter from January 20, 1977 to January 20, 1981
Probably his greatest disappointment was losing the presidential election to Jimmy Carter in 1976.
Yes Gerald Wallace could when he was 10, and Brandon Roy could dunk when he was in fifth grade, but I'm in 7th grade and I'm 6'5 and I can windmill it.
No, there were just two attempts to assassinate him and both failed. He died December 26, 2006 from Cardiovascular disease.
Gerald R.fords favorite colo is RED!!
Which of the American president is known for inspiring young African Americans to join the programs to fight poverty abroad and in American inner cities?
Barak Obama would love to see this program continue!
Definitely! It is highly ranked in almost all areas that you could possibly study, it is in a great town that is perfect for college students and it has a diverse stuednt body. It also offers a large alumni network after you graduate.
what were his contributions to america
is that he as a president
how many high schools are in the state of Michigan
He died on December 26 2006 at 6:45 pm
"our national nightmare is over"
Gerald Martin, composer, is a pseudonym for the Hungarian-born composer Denes Agay, born in 1912, in a small town near Budapest. He died 24 January 2007 in California. Agay moved to USA in 1939 to escape the Nazis. His Jewish parents were killed at Auschwitz. In his composing, Agay often used the...
No, but he went to Yale to study law
She wanted to be a dancer,a wife,and a mother
World War II
Gerald Ford earned some money as a model forCosmopolitan and Look magazines in the 1940s. Modeling was neverhis main job.
He was born in Omaha, Nebraska, but grew up in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
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House of Representatives
Jimmy Carter succeeded Ford and preceded RonaldReagan.
Longtime member of The House of Representatives.
Nelson Rockefeller was the vice-president chosen by Gerald Ford and approved by Congress. Gerald Ford was President of the United States from August 9, 1974to January 20, 1977. His Vice President was Nelson Rockefeller. The 38th President of the United States was Gerald Ford from August 9, 1974...
He was always drunk.
Gerald Ford's favorite breakfast food was English muffins, which according to news reports when he became president, he toasted every morning.
the commander in chief
Ford was the 38th President of the United States. He was also a 12-term Republican leader in Congress and vice-president of the United States,
Gerald Ford was President from 9 August 1974 until 20 January 1977. 1975
gerald ford accomplish trustworthy and truth
3 brothers and 2 sisters
Gerald Ford was the 38th president serving 1974-1977.
Harold Ford, Sr. was born on January 3, 1975.
The 38th President of the United States Gerald Ford was born July 14, 1913 in Omaha, Nebraska.
He was president for 3 years
he had 3 boys and 1 daughter
President Ford pardoned Nixon, and he was not prosecuted.
Gerald Ford was President from August 9, 1974, when Nixon resigned his office, until January 20,1977 when he was replaced by Jimmy Carter after losing his bid for another term. August 9, 1974 to January 20, 1977
he sent the police at them
The wage and price controls had the greatest affect on me. A pay raise that was promised some six months before the wage freeze was delayed for several month. .The escalation of the Vietnam war into Cambodia incited new protests against the draft and the war on college campuses especially.
they were Both big on religion
It was brown, then it turned to white later in his life
Yes he is. He's been discreetly observed at many gay bars over the decades socializing with men. We hope that he will have the courage to come out someday, as a successful and much admired citizen, and hope that his search for sobriety has been just as successful. July 31, 2012NOT the last time I...
President Gerald Ford is buried on the grounds of his Museum in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
He inherited the end of the Vietnam War, the refugee crisis after the Vietnam War, the limitations of the War Powers Act and continuing tension with the Soviet Union and China source: E2020
Nixon became president in 1969.He died in 1994
William Henry Harrison, because during his 2 hour inauguration speech out in the cold on January, he caught pnemonia and died a week later.
Which action did president Gerald Ford take in an attempt to end the national controversy over the Watergate affair?
Pardoning Richard Nixon
A 2001 Ford Windstar is ( r134a ) * in the front of the engine compartment there is an information sticker One of the things it shows is the type of refrigerant used in the air conditioning system
i dont have a complete clue, and that is why i came here but no one seems to answer it on such a trusted place.....
Under which category does this constitutional amendment fall for procedure to fill a vacancy in the vice presidency?
structure of federal government
President Lincoln was shot in Ford's Theater in Washington DC; he was sitting inside the State Box (an enclosed room with an opening facing the stage.) with his wife, Major Henry Rathbone, and the Major's fiancé, Clara Harris. It was between 10:15 P.M. and 10:30 P.M., and the play was now in its...
center...which is why he was damaged in the head lol
Gerald Ford replaced Spiro Agnew as VP of the USA.
Sensai Chunks defeating him
No, only did it because he had made a deal with Richard Nixon to pardon him.
James A. Garfield
grand rapids Michigan 1947
smoking weed all day!
In 1974 the Watergate scandal erupted and President Nixon resigned who became the next president and later pardoned the ex-President Nixon?
While Gerald Ford was President CIA was found to have been involved in illegal activities over the years?
True, the CIA found Gerald Ford had been involved in illegal activities.
He supported Nixon's détente policy with China and pardoned him for the Watergate scandal. As president, Ford largely continued Nixon's policies. His attempts to battle inflation resulted in severe recession (1974-75), and he proved ineffective in working with the Democratic-controlled Congress.
He was in office for about 3 1/2 years.
Ford got his undergraduate degree from U of Michigan and his law degree from Yale.
2 things. 1 - he pardoned nixon. 2 - he made a bad mistake in the 2nd debate w. carter that poland was totally free and russia had no intervention.
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No. He was a Republican.
Gerald Ford pardoned Richard Nixon for Watergate crimes that perveted our democracy. In return Gerald Ford became president and Richard Nixon resigned. The deal besmirched Ford's reputation forever.
Ford was nominated to be VP by Nixon and approved by Congress after Agnew resigned as VP. He then became President when Nixon resigned.
The City of Hoover, Alabama had a building inspector from 1974 - 2002 name Gerald R. Smith.
Nixon told Ehrlichman to find out whether Judge Byrne would be interested in a possible appointment as FBI director.
Nelson Rockefeller was the VP while Ford was President.
Communist forces from North Vietnam overran South Vietnamr, enamed Saigon as Ho-Chi-Minh City .the Khyer Rouge took over Cambodia and Laos fell to Communist forces
Which president is known for inspiring young Americans to fight poverty abroad and in American inner cities?
People did not like Gerald R. Ford very much, as his average approval rating was 47.2 percent. One major reason for disapproval was his pardoning of Richard Nixon.
==A great and beutiful lake is Reeds Lake in Grand Rapids. It overlooks East Grand Rapids and has a small Yacht Club!! Its walking distance to Great eateries and shopping in "Gaslihgt Villiage". A very,very, pleasant lake not overgrowed.Very relaxing. The people are very friendly.==
He faced an untrusting public. That's the era that people starting not trusting politicians. But the public for the most part saw him as a relief from Nixon and his corruption. He was a very trusted figure. So Watergate wasn't really a huge problem for him
ford was appointed vice president by richard nixon after the resignation of spiro agnew. then in august of 1974 when nixon resigned ford became president until 1977 when he lost the election to jimmy carter.
Ford became president on August 9, 1974.
The answer is Gerald Ford