Interview Final By:JOHNATHAN martinez

What was the point of your life? "To fight for freedom. Because we all know that the way Britain treated us was horrific."

How do you think you will actually be remembered? "Most likely the mistakes i made in my political mistakes."

What do you consider your greatest success? "To what i remember i believe that when people look upon me the will remember the “The Treaty of Paris” when I and help with a few of my friends John Adams, Benjamin Franklin, John Jay, Thomas Jefferson, and Henry Laurens ended “The Revolutionary War” in 1783"

Would or could you have done things differently, if so how? "I would have do more things that help the US"

Do you have any regrets? "One regret was the alien and sedition acts i didn't really think of the effect and i really miss up on that one."

Are you pride of your son becoming president? "Of course I am who wouldn't be proud of the son because president but i am a little worried that he might make some mistakes like me."

Do you believe you lived a full life? "Of course I did I'm 90 years old, today is the year 50th year of signing the Declaration of Independence. But as long as Jefferson live we still have hope."

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