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The oldest person in the country, Hester Ford, died yesterday at 116 years old, her family says. She was born in South Carolina when Theodore Roosevelt was president

Hester Ford was born on a farm in South Carolina when Teddy Roosevelt was president. Over the weekend, the 115 or 116-year-old (depending on who you ask) passed away peacefully in her North Carolina home over the weekend: #HesterFord 

ON THIS DAY: In 1865, President Abraham Lincoln died, nine hours after being shot the night before by John Wilkes Booth at Ford’s Theatre in Washington, D.C.

Abraham Lincoln's deathbed. This photo was taken shortly after the assassinated president's body was removed from Peterson House, across from Ford's Theatre. The photographer was Julius Ulke, a resident of the boarding house. This day, 1865

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President Abraham Lincoln died on April 15, 1865, just one day after being shot inside Ford's Theater in Washington D.C. For any history fan or Lincoln fan, there are several major Lincoln artifacts right here in metro Detroit.

The carriage that President and Mrs. Lincoln rode to Ford's Theatre - this night, 1865

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The rocking chair President Abraham Lincoln was sitting in when he was shot at Ford's Theater now sits inside The Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn. It's one of the more iconic pieces inside the museum, and it underwent a...

On this day in history in 1865 President Abraham Lincoln was shot at Ford’s Theatre in DC. Lincoln died the next morning. #UShistory  #lincoln 

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President Ford fought Congress (and then-Sen. Biden) to bring 175,000 of our Vietnamese allies to the US. In retrospect, Gerald Ford seems like such a decent soul.

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Michigan's AG slammed President Trump for "conveying the worst possible message" by refusing to wear a mask in front of cameras during his visit to a Ford manufacturing plant. "I am ashamed to have him be President of the United States of America."

President @realDonaldTrump  is at @Ford 's Rawsonville Plant! America's workers make our Nation proud! US

Anyone watching Dr. Blasey Ford saw a credible, courageous woman who elected to relive the worst night of her life because she felt a civic duty to come forward. President Trump’s mockery of a sexual assault survivor was reprehensible. He owes Dr. Blasey Ford an apology.

Republicans have learned nothing from Anita Hill. President Bush asked the FBI to do its job and investigate Hill’s allegations, which it did. Now, under the Trump administration, Republicans want to do even less by blocking any investigation into Dr. Blasey Ford’s allegations.

It’s mean. I can’t understand it. And I’m embarrassed the President would do that to Dr. Ford.

President Trump, Dr. Blasey Ford did not want her story of sexual assault to be public. She requested confidentiality and I honored that. It wasn’t until the media outed her that she decided to come forward. You may not respect women and the wishes of victims, but I do.

"There’s been no president ever as tough as I have been on Russia.” - Donald Trump today. (Except at least EVERY president since the beginning of the Cold War... Truman, Eisenhower, Kennedy, Johnson, Nixon, Ford, Carter, Reagan, George HW Bush, Clinton, George W Bush, and Obama)

President Trump isn’t alone in mocking Dr. Blasey Ford. Senate Republicans have called Dr. Ford ‘mixed up’ and said she has a ‘problem,’ tried to discredit her with mistaken identity theories, and Republican attorney Rachel Mitchell penned a flawed memo to discredit Dr. Ford.

The Kavanaugh / Ford situation is no longer solely a possible criminal act designed to derail a nominated Supreme Court Justice. Now, it has become a national election issue designed to cripple President Trump.

This exchange ? occurred exactly one minute before Trump’s tweet: REPORTER: Have you advised the president to avoid attacking Dr. Ford? KELLYANNE: The president doesn’t need anybody to tell him. He does the right thing.