Weak willed president whose easygoing ways opened the door to widespread corruption in his administration?
Warren G. Harding
What president whose stormy impeachment trial on corruption charges along with widespread demonstrations forced him from office in 1998?
President Coolidge was respectable and stable. These were two of his strengths. This enabled him to clean up the corruption of the former administration.
The rampant corruption within President Grant's administration
The administration of President Ulysses S. Grant is notorious for its level of corruption. Grant himself was not the culprit, but he remained fiercely loyal and tolerant of the crooked dealings of his friends in power.
Corruption is unpreventable,corruption is everywhere,we can't control corruption even our president is corrupt....
Ahmed Shaheed was never the President of Anti-Corruption Commission of Maldives. The current President of Anti-Corruption Commission of Maldives is Mr. Hassan Luthfee.
First, you are confusing talk show rhetoric with actual facts. The idea that President Obama is corrupt is frequently stated on right-wing talk shows, usually without proof or evidence. Partisan claims are not the same as documented evidence, making this question difficult to answer. But it should be noted that this discourse is similar to accusations of corruption under President Bush; it was mainly liberal-leaning blogs and progressive talk shows that complained about it. In… Read More
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Because the scandals that affected his administration never really stuck to him, such as the Iran-Contra affair and corruption in the Environmental Protection Agency and the Housing & Urban Development Agency.
When we say "corruption was rampant," we mean bribery or other dishonest activities were out of control, and could be found everywhere -- in the government, or the courts, or the police department, or whatever organization you are talking about. For example: While many people liked President Warren G. Harding as a person, he was too much of a nice guy: corruption was rampant in his administration, but he did nothing about it.
"To the victor go the spoils" wascoined by William L. Marcy to defend the unprecedented levels of corruption in the administration of American President Andrew Jackson in 1832.
he was a war hero not a politician. While he was president, he didn't know what he was doing so under his control, the was mass corruption in the government. His own secretary stole millions from the U.S. Treasury.
corruption is the most problem of the president
Warren G. Harding was later regarded as someone who was not a great leader, and his critics noted that there was quite a bit of corruption in his administration, especially among some of his cabinet members; he either would not, or could not, stop any of it. On the other hand, he was the first president to be heard on the radio, and he did seem to have many supporters when he was elected, because… Read More
I think you mean "uses the WORD widespread." Here are some sentences. There was widespread famine following the war. Widespread panic greeted the president as he toured the disaster zone. The epidemic caused widespread death.
It is difficult to know, since he died in office and did not complete his term. By many accounts, he was not a very effective president. His administration had some corrupt officials in it, but President Harding did not stop the corruption. When he died suddenly in August 1923, he had not expressed his opinion about how he thought he was doing as president.
The Grant administration fluctuated between reform and political patronage. Some of President Grant's cabinet members held low standards and many were charged with corruption. Corruption was discovered in seven federal departments. Other cabinet members supported reform. Several of them supported and implemented Civil Service reform in their departments. They caused scandals (apex)
President Andrew Jackson was considered to be the first to win the election due to his widespread popularity. He was the seventh president of United States.
the Reagan administration
George W. Bush, the 43rd president, appointed the most convicted criminals to his administration.
The Obama administration is literally hundreds of people working for the office of the president.
When you hear people talk about "the Obama administration" or "President Obama's administration," they are referring to the people who work directly for the president; they are the men and women he chose to assist him in performing various duties in the government -- his vice president, the members of his cabinet, his advisers, etc.
They caused corruption.
1991, executive vice president for administration
No, Sarah Palin quit in 2009, not finishing her first term as governor. She said she was tired of tax dollars being spent on the numerous allegations of corruption in her administration. This being said, she may run for president in 2012.
Warren G. Harding (1921-1923) is thought by most historians to be the most unpopular president ever. Certainly the most unqualified. Harding's administration was beset by charges of corruption (at least one cabinet member was sentenced to prison for corruption), and an illegitimate child was credited to him shortly after he died suddenly before his term ended. A series of Congressional investigations uncovered corruption in the Veteran's Bureau and Justice Department, payoffs in return for leasing… Read More
Grant did his best work as the victorious commander of the Union Army in the US Civil War. He was also the president of the US for two terms but was not particularly effective and his administration was marked by corruption although Grant himself was not involved.
The worst president of Haiti was President Michel Martell. Marchers protested their country's high cost of living and government corruption.
Joe Biden is currently our Vice President in the Obama administration.
Yes he/she can. And there can be multiple reasons (eg. Corruption)
Theodore was know for his invention president and his police corruption
corruption of the government and the will of people
NO- the election was close but no unusual corruption was found despite due investigation.
The Fair Deal
the Great Society
Although officially ending during Nixon's administration, Nixon requested and received an extension of the draft. During President Ford's administration there was NO DRAFT. The president didn't stop the draft; it expired under the Nixon administration. Nixon actually requested an extension for the draft.
The Watergate scandal rocked President Richard Nixon's Administration.
The Oval Office was built during President Taft's administration.
The worse President we have ever had . His whole administration is corrupt.