John Adams was the second President of the United States as well as the first Vice President. He held a long-maintained friendship with fellow Federalist Alexander Hamilton. John Adams stepped down when he lost the third presidential election to his vice president, Thomas Jefferson, as referenced in Election of 1800.

Song ReferencesEdit

"John Adams?!
I know him
That can’t be
That’s that little guy who spoke to me
All those years ago
What was it, eighty-five?
That poor man, they’re gonna eat him alive!
— King George III, "I Know Him"
"“President John Adams”
Good Luck
— King George III, "I Know Him"
"Adams fires Hamilton
Privately calls him “creole bastard” in his taunts
— Aaron Burr, "The Adams Administration"
"This is great! He’s out of power. He holds no office. And he just destroyed President John Adams, the only other significant member of his party"
— James Madison, "The Adams Administration"
"John Adams shat the bed.
I love the guy, but he’s in traction
— Thomas Jefferson, "The Election of 1800"
"I don’t like Adams
Well, he’s gonna lose, that’s just defeatist
— Male and female voters, "The Election of 1800"
"Dear Mr. Hamilton: John Adams doesn’t stand a chance, so who are you promoting?"
— Ensemble, "The Election of 1800"

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