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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Gerald R. Ford Ford was born on July 14, 1913 in Omaha, NE. He died on Dec 26, 2006 in Rancho Mirage, CA.His parents were Leslie Lynch King, Sr. and Dorothy Ayer Gardener Ford.His wife is Betty Ford and he has 4 children, Susan Ford, Steven Ford, Micheal Gerald Ford, and John Gardener Ford.His religion is episcopalian. Social Timeline Roles of the President July 14, 1913- Gerald R. Ford was born in Omaha, NE1918- Ford attends at Madison Elementary school in Grand Rapids, MI.1927- Ford attends South High School in Grand Rapids, MI.1931- Ford attends the University of Michigan1937- Ford attends law classes at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor.Feb. 1938- Ford is accepted to Yale University Law School.June 14, 1948- Ford announces his candidacy for the Republican nomination for U.S. House of Representatives, Fifth Congressional District of Michigan.October 12, 1973- Ford is nominated to be Vice President by Richard Nixon.August 9, 1974- Ford is sworn in as the 38th President of the United States. Chief Executive role: President may grant pardons and reprieves. On Sept. 8, 1974, Ford issued Proclamation 4311, which gave a pardon to Nixon for any crimes that he might have committed while he was president. He also introduced an amnesty program for people who escaped to Canada so they would not be drafted.Chief Executive role: President may appoint key federal officials. Ford appointed William Coleman as Secretary of Transportation. Ford selected George H. W. Bush as Chief of Us Liaison Office to the People's Republic of China in 1974.Chief Diplomat role: Negotiates with other countries.President Ford visited China in 1975 to settle the pressure between Soviet Union and them. He also attends an inaugural meeting of the Group of Seven industrialized nations and secured membership for Canada. During his presidency. two woman by the names of Lynnette Fromme and Sara Jane Moore madeseparate attempts to assassinate Ford.Ford was given credit for bills involving energy decontrol, tax cuts, deregulation of the securities industries and antitrust law reform. Informal Qualifications Fun Fact: In December 3, 1935, He legally changed his name from Leslie Lynch King, Jr. to Gerald R. Ford Jr.Gerald R. Ford was never elected for President or Vice President of the U.S by the people.
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