Thomas Jefferson did not sign the Constitution, nor was he present at the Constitutional Convention of 1787. Neither was he present when the First Amendment and religious freedoms were debated in the first session of Congress in 1789, as he was out of the country in France as a U.S. Minister. Due to his not being present to hear all the comments of the Founding Fathers regarding the First Amendment, Thomas Jefferson had to rely on second-hand information to learn what had transpired in that first session of Congress. This rendered his letter to the Danbury Baptists (which was written 13 years after the First Amendment) ineligible to be a "first-hand" reflection of the intent of the constitutional delegates.
Thomas Jefferson did not sign the Constitution, nor was he present at the Constitutional Convention of 1787 or when the First Amendment and religious freedoms were debated in the first session of Congress in 1789. During that time he was serving as US Minister to France (equivalent to Ambassador to France).
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