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CSPAN
Feb 21, 2017 1:57pm EST
from george h.w. bush, bill clinton, and george w. bush tonight at 8:00 eastern on c-span. >> which presidents or america's's greatest leaders? c-span recently asked 91 presidential historians to rate presidents in 10 areas of leadership. president toto the preserve the union, abraham lincoln. spot for alle top the surveys. three other top vote getters continue to hold their positions. george washington, franklin roosevelt, and theodore roosevelt. dwight eisenhower who served in the oval office from 1953 to 1961, aches his first appearance -- makes his first appearance. truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy, and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot this year to return to the top. pennsylvania's's james buchanan is ranked dead last in all three c-span surveys. jackson asr andrew well. our seventh president found his overall rating dropping this year from number -- number 13 to number 18. the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. historians placed him at number 12 overall. in george w. bush -- george w. bush moved three spots on the scale with big ga
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2017 12:37am EST
congress by ronald reagan, george h.w. bush, bill clinton, george w. bush, and barack obama. watch the delivery to a joint session of congress. >> this congress is going to be the busiest congress with that in decades. announcer: listen live on the free c-span radio app. >> so which presidents were america's greatest leaders? c-span recently asked 91 presidential historians too late -- rate presidents. top billing went to the president who preserved in the union, abraham lincoln. he has held the top spot in all three surveys. two others hold their positions. dwight eisenhower who served in the oval office from 1953-1961 makes his first appearance in the c-span top five this year. rounding out the historians top choices, eisenhower and ronald reagan. james buchanan is ranked dead last in all three c-span surveys and there is news for andrew jackson as well. our seventh president found his rating dropping overall this year from number 13 to number 18. good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians system at number 12 overall. to 33 w. bush mo
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2017 2:43pm EST
surveys. three other top voters continue to hold the positions. george washington, franklin roosevelt and theodore roosevelt. dwight eisenhower who served in the oval office from 1953 to 1961, makes his first appearance in the c-span top five this year. rounding out the historians top 10 choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot this year to return to the top 10. james buchanan is ranked dead last in all three c-span surveys. there is bad news for andrew jackson as well. our seventh president found his overall rating topping this year from number 13 to number 18. the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. if george w. bush moved response up on the scale 233 overall with big gains and public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? who were the leaders and the losers in each of the categories? you can find all this on more on our website c-span.org. >> next, the head
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2017 3:28pm EST
number 12 overall. george w. bush made -- moved three spots up to number 33, with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did historians rate your favorite president? who are the winners and losers in the 10 categories?
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2017 7:57pm EST
. top vote getters continued to hold positions, george washington, franklin roosevelt and theodore roosevelt. makes hisenhower first appearance in the c-span top five this year. topding out the historians 10 choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot this year to return to the top 10. but the james buchanan, he is dead last in all three c-span surveys. there is bad news for andrew jackson as well. our seventh president found his overall rating dropping this year from number 13 to number 18. but the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. first of the bush moved three bigs up to 33 overall with gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? or losers? leaders you can find all this and more on the website at c-span.org. trumpc-span as president develops his first state of the union. president trump: this will be the busiest congress we have had in decades. announcer 1
CSPAN
Feb 20, 2017 11:12pm EST
three c-span surveys. others that continue to hold their positions are george washington, franklin delano roosevelt and theodore roosevelt. the historians top harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot top year to return to the 10. pennsylvania's james buchanan's rate dead last in all three c-span surveys. bad news for andrew jackson as well. our seventh president found his ranking dropping from number 13 to number 18. outgoing president barack obama, first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. george w. bush jumped up three 30 three overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? who are the winners and losers in each of the allegories? you can find this and more on our website at c-span.org. >> tonight on c-span, former florida presidential candidate jeb bush on leadership. then vice president michael pence in brussels with meetings with european leaders. later, british lawmakers debate president trump's state visit to the
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2017 4:35pm EST
their positions. george washington met franklin roosevelt, and theodore roosevelt. who servednhower, from 1953 to 1961 makes his first appearance in the top five this year. rounding out the historians top 10 choices, harry truman, john f. kennedy, and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot to return to the top 10. is ranked dead last in all three surveys. bad news for andrew jackson as well. dropped thisating year from number 14 to number 18. the survey had good news for barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. george w. bush moved three spots up to 33 overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? you can find all of this and more on our website. >> vice president pence met with foreign leaders at the annual security conference in munich, germany. this is a look at his interaction with the turkish prime minister. the vice president gave a speech on the u.s. transatlantic relationship. topics included nato and russia's aggression towards the ukraine
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2017 10:13pm EST
. george washington, franklin roosevelt, and theodore roosevelt. eisenhower, in the office from 1953-1961, makes his first appearance in the top five this year. rounding out the historians top truman, thomasry jefferson, john f. kennedy, and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps up one spot this year to return to the top 10. buchanan is's james ranked dead last in all three surveys. bad news for andrew jackson as well. our seventh president found his overall rating dropping this year from number 13 the number 18. the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. george w. bush moved response up on the scale to 33 overall. big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? who are the leaders and the losers in each of the 10 categories? you can find all this and more at our website www.c-span.org. former diplomats talk about the future of the iran nuclear agreement under the trump administration. we hear from dennis ross
CSPAN
Feb 20, 2017 2:28pm EST
, abe lincoln. he's held the top spot for all surveys. george washington, frankly roosevelt and theodore roosevelt. dwight eisenhower who served in the oval office makes his first appearance in the consider span top five this year. rounding out the historians top ten choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, kennedy and ronald reagan. lynn don johnson jumps up. there's bad news for andrew jackson as well. our 7th president found his overall rating dropping this year from number 13 to number 18. but the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list historians placed him at number 12 overall. and george w bush moved three spots up on the scale to 33 overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? who are the leaders and the losers in each of the ten categories. you can find all this and more in our website on cspan.org. >> announcer: you're watching american history tv. all weekend every weekend on c-span3. to join the conversation, like us on facebook at c span h
CSPAN
Feb 22, 2017 9:40am EST
vote getters hold their positions, george ashington, franklin roosevelt and theodore roosevelt. served from ower 1953 to 1961, makes his first appearance in the secretary of this year.ive now rounding out the historian's harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. reagan.and ronald lyndon johnson jumps up one spot to return to the top 10. pennsylvania's james buchanan, he's ranked dead last surveys.ree c-span there is bad news for andrew jackson, as well, our seventh found overall rating dropping this year from number 18.o number but the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama, on the list, ime historians placed him at number overall. and george w. bush moved up on the scale to 33 overall, with in public persuasion and relations with congress. historians rate your favorite president? who are the leaders and loser the 10 y each of categories? ind all this and more on the website at c-span.org. >> "washington journal" continues. phones on the "washington journal" until the end of the program today at hear about any public policy issue you want to talk about. start ca
CSPAN
Feb 21, 2017 5:33pm EST
other top vote getters hold their positions. george washington, frequent roosevelt and theodore roosevelt appeared dwight eisenhower, who was in the oval office until night's 61, made his first appearance in the top five. rounding out the top 10 choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy and ronald reagan. lyndon johnson jumps one spot this year to return to the top 10. rightames buchanan, he is dead last in all three surveys. bad news for andrew jackson. our seventh president found his rating dropping this year from 13 to 18. good news for barack obama. his first time on the list, he was placed at number 12 overall. george w. bush moved three spots up to 33 overall with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rank your favorite president? ar
CSPAN
Feb 18, 2017 9:30pm EST
preserved the union, abraham lincoln. gettersher top vote continue to hold their positions, george washington, franklin roosevelt, and theodore roosevelt. eisenhower, who served in the oval office from 1953 to 1961 comics his first appearance at c-span top-five. the historian's top 10 choices, harry truman, thomas jefferson, john f. kennedy, and ronald reagan. one spothnson jumps up this year to return to the top 10. ranked deadan is last in all three surveys. there is bad news rancher jackson, as well. our seventh president found his overall rating dropping this year from number 13 to number 18. the survey had good news for outgoing president barack obama. on his first time on the list, historians placed him at number 12 overall. george w. bush moves three spots up on the scale to 33 overall, with big gains in public persuasion and relations with congress. how did our historians rate your favorite president? leaders and losers in each category? you can find this and more on our website, c-span.org. announcer: join us tomorrow on "washington journal" as c-span'ss talk about 2017 pr
Search Results 0 to 15 of about 16 (some duplicates have been removed)