who do you think is the most overrated president in history?

in my personal opinion Theodore Roosevelt is the most overrated president in history.  He had bad foriegn policy and took America off the gold standard   (the worst move in the history of economics as far as i am concerned) then he left after four years in office then came back after four more years and ran against taft splitting the republican party and handing the country over to the democrats during on of the most important times in history    had he just let taft win his second term the american economy would have become better even after roosevelt messed it up because taft was good with money

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