9 U.S. Presidents with the Most Vetoes
Calvin Coolidge: In his six-year term (1923–29), which began after the in-office death of Warren Harding.
Gerald Ford: Gerald Ford, being the only U.S. president to date to not be elected to either the vice-presidential.
Ronald Reagan: Celebrated as a champion of small government and conservative social policies.
Theodore Roosevelt: From Rough Rider to noted trust buster, Theodore Roosevelt, as the 26th president of the U.S.
Ulysses S. Grant: Although corruptions committed by those around him have cast a dark.
Dwight D. Eisenhower: After winning over Americans’ hearts with his successes in World War II.
Harry S. Truman: Thrust into the presidency (1945–53) during the Second World War after only an 82-day term as vice president.
Grover Cleveland: Although Cleveland has been the only person to serve two discontinuous terms.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt: Franklin Delano Roosevelt, the 32nd president of the United States (1933–45).
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