YTread Logo
YTread Logo

How Every President Died

Apr 19, 2024
He began to recover and traveled to San Francisco, but there he began to feel terrible again and became bedridden at the Palace Hotel. On August 2, 1923, his wife Florence was reading a flattering article about him in The Saturday Evening Post. After she paused, he told her, “That's good. Go ahead and read some more.” Those were his last words, since right after he suffered a dramatic heart attack. He

died

at the age of 57, just under two and a half years into his presidency. Woodrow Wilson

died

just a few months after Harding from a stroke, although he had already suffered a severe stroke a few years earlier, when he was

president

, that nearly killed him at the time.
how every president died
In fact, he later became partially paralyzed and almost blind because of it. Supposedly, his last words were: “When the machinery breaks... I'm ready.” He was 67 years old. Today he is the only

president

buried in Washington, D.C. The next to die was William Taft. Taft is known as the heaviest president in American history, but in his later years he made a significant effort to get in shape, exercising regularly and eating healthier foods to lose about 100 pounds. He also served until shortly before his death as Chief Justice. However, his health had worsened beginning in the late 1920s.
how every president died

More Interesting Facts About,

how every president died...

He died of liver inflammation and heart disease when he was 72 years old. We don't know his last words. Calvin Coolidge died of a heart attack at the age of 60. His death was sudden and unexpected. Apparently his last words were "Good morning, Robert." Robert was a carpenter who had been working on his house. Franklin Roosevelt was the seventh president to die in office, but that was after he had been re-elected for the FOURTH time. When he died at the age of 63, reportedly of a stroke, he had been in office for more than 12 years. Now I say "supposedly" because some historians maintain that the true cause was melanoma, a type of skin cancer.
how every president died
Apparently his last words were: "I have a terrible headache." The next to die was John F. Kennedy, the most recent president to die in office and the fourth to be assassinated. His death is possibly the most famous death of any president, and right now you can search online and see pictures of it. He died from gunshot wounds, and it was dramatic... in front of what seemed like the entire world as he paraded through Dealey (dee lee) Plaza in Dallas, Texas, on November 22, 1963. Now, let's not get into it. all the theories about who REALLY killed JFK, but according to the Warren Commission and most historians, without a doubt the main person responsible was Lee Harvey Oswald, who was assassinated just three days later.
how every president died
Public opinion polls have shown that most Americans still do not believe that the official version tells the whole truth about what really happened with JFK's death. His last words were "No, you certainly can't." He was responding to Nellie Connally, the wife of then-Texas Governor John Connally. She had said earlier: "You certainly can't say that the people of Dallas didn't give you a pleasant welcome, Mr. President." At just 46 years old, John F. Kennedy was the youngest president to die in American history. Herbert Hoover died the following year. He had gone through several health problems in the last few years of his life, but the official cause of his death was massive internal bleeding.
We don't know his last words, but he lived to be 90 years old. Pretty good race, Hoover. The Grim Reaper's next visit was to the home of Dwight D. Eisenhower. He died of heart failure at the age of 78. He had had heart problems for a while and, famously, he suffered a heart attack while he was president. His last words were supposedly “I want to leave. God take me.” Harry Truman was the next to die. His organs had failed and his blood pressure dropped extremely after suffering from severe pneumonia. He was 88 years old. We don't know his last words.
Lyndon Johnson died less than a month after Truman, even though he did not first serve as president until ten years after Truman left office. LBJ, who smoked heavily throughout much of his adult life, died of a heart attack at the age of 64. His last words were: "Send Mike right away." Mike was his Secret Service agent assigned to his Texas ranch. By the time Mike arrived, Johnson was already dead. The next president would not die until more than 21 years later. That would be Richard Nixon, who died of a stroke at the age of 81. His last word makes a LOT of sense.
It was "Help." Ronald Reagan was the next president to die, from pneumonia after a long struggle with Alzheimer's disease, which he was first diagnosed with in 1994. As horrible as Alzheimer's disease is, remember that Reagan almost became the fifth President assassinated while in office, but survived being shot. Wounded in 1981. We don't know Reagan's last words, but he was 93 years old. Two years later, Gerald Ford officially died of arterioscelerotic cerebrovascular disease and diffuse arteriosclerosis. Okay, look, he had heart problems, okay? He was also 93 years old and we do not know his last words either. And finally, the most recently deceased president was George H.W.
Bush, who died of Parkinson's disease on November 30, 2018. He was 94 years old, at the time he was the oldest American president, but that distinction is now held by Jimmy Carter. Bush's son, George W. Bush, who was also president, reported that his father's last words were "I love you too." In conclusion, you may have noticed that most American presidents have lived fairly long lives. Although it is supposedly the most dangerous job in America, presidents have historically lived longer than the average American. The average life expectancy of Americans is currently 78.9 years, but in 1860, it was only 39.4 years, you know... because so many children died back then.
The average life expectancy of the 39 American presidents who have died is 71.1 years, but remember that dates back to 1797. 24 of the 35 presidents who died of natural causes lived longer than the average life expectancy of their time. If we only look at the presidents who have died in the last 50 years, the average life expectancy of presidents rises to 85.5. Also, look at the six presidents who are still alive. They're old, man! Especially the aforementioned Jimmy Carter, who is currently 97 years old. And then there is the current president, Joe Biden. By the time he took office, he was already the oldest president in American history.
He recently turned 79 and yes, he has already expressed interest in running for re-election, although he will be 82 when that happens. That's how all presidents died anyway. Congratulations on staying alive   throughout this entire video. Remember, most presidents died from strokes, so watch your blood pressure! Oh, and don't forget to fasten your safety harnesses. As you can see which glasses I've been wearing for this video, (pointing) these are the ones I chose. What kind of Presidents video should I make next? Let me know below. It's time to recognize my Patreon followers for their support. Here's my monthly thank you to all the Patreon supporters who donate at least 15 or more each month to my channel, alphabetically starting with my biggest donors at the George Washington level, Alexander Major, Alicia Solberg, Andrew B, Anthony Beckett. austin syros brady bardwell corey ryman dr paul j lilly Elijah ellis josie ramsey kyle fassbinder matt standish neo r14 nick everett osborne game pat ia pika sean connet thomas and william roush on the level of dwight eisenhower adam christians degen aesthetic andrew snyder brian layton christian ojeda empty machine gail gerard grant hughes ian driscoll elon capone jack l jacob birnbaum joel serrano lozada john johnson kit walker lee 48 naderade nelson guzman robert reichel samuel strizz thomas oppenheim victor martinez waterfort and zachary f parker thank you all and thank you for watching, you are still watching Oh

If you have any copyright issue, please Contact