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SUDDEN DEATH OF A PRESIDENT

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David Naranjo Cardona

on 29 April 2010

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SUDDEN DEATH OF A PRESIDENT James A. Garfield:
President for 4 months he was attacked on July 2nd 1881as he was about to board a train at the Baltimore 7 potomac railroad station in Washington D.C. by Charles Guiteau severly wounded, Garfield lingered until September 19 but he died because they couldn’t find the bullet. Theodore Roosevelt:
Campaigning in 1912 Roosevelt was wounded by John Schrank on his way to a campaign appearance at the Milwaukee Auditorium on October 14, 1912, he was lucky because the bullet was deflected and slowed by a metal eyeglass case and a folded fifty-page speech, so he survived. Franklin D. Roosevelt:
held the office of president longer than anyone, more than twelve years. and overwhelming crises, the Great Depression and World War II.Roosevelt died suddenly at Warm Springs, Georgia, on April 12, 1945
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