Posted BY: Andrea Widburg

Joe Biden’s been dreaming of the Oval office since at least the late 1980s. In January 2021, having struck an unknown number of Faustian bargains (putting both his soul and America in peril), he finally realized that dream. And wouldn’t you know it…he’s miserable. Apparently, being top dog in America, at least in Biden’s world, isn’t all it’s cracked up to be, leaving him whining that he’s having a harder time of it than any other president, ever.

It hasn’t always gone well for American presidents. Washington had to guide a brand-new nation. Madison had to fight the British. Lincoln presided over the Civil War, and Grant was responsible for rebuilding a war-torn nation. Woodrow Wilson got America into World War One. Franklin Roosevelt, from his wheelchair, presided over the Depression (with horrible results) and World War II. Truman made the tough decision to drop the bomb, Kennedy was embroiled in the Bay of Pigs, Johnson escalated the Vietnam War, Nixon ended the war, Reagan had to undo the damage Carter caused, and Dubya faced the aftermath of 9/11. And of course, Trump had to face the virulent hatred of both Democrats and Republicans.

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