Edward Schnick blames Theodore Roosevelt for the Democrats gaining control of New York and the United States and releases his indignation at Roosevelt and his politics. He complains about the activities of Roosevelt at the 1912 Chicago Republican Convention. He thinks that Roosevelt sold President Taft out on account of his ego. He says that Roosevelt's return from Africa looked like a "Barnum Circus." He promises never to vote for Roosevelt again and urges him to retire from the public sphere.
President of the United States - First Term (September 1901-February 1905)
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