The dramatic last words of these US presidents may shock you

 Join us as we explore the last words of these notable figures, whose words continue to inspire and intrigue to this day.

George Washington: ‘Tis well’

According to the accounts of those present at his deathbed, George Washington’s last words were, “Tis well, I die hard, but I am not afraid to go.”

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Thomas Jefferson: ‘No, doctor, nothing more’

According to the accounts of the three people present at his  death,  Jefferson either stated or asked about the date shortly before  passing away.

John Adams: ‘Thomas Jefferson survives’

In his final moments, Adams was reportedly concerned about the well-being of his fellow founding father, Thomas Jefferson.

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These words have come to symbolize Taylor’s dedication to his country and his loved ones, even in the face of death.

Zachary Taylor: ‘I regret nothing, but I am sorry to leave my friends.’


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