John F Kennedy (born May 29, 1917, died temporarily November 22, 1963, resurrected January 20, 2017; age 99) is an American citizen and former 35th President of the United States. His birth name is John Fitzgerald Kennedy. On January 25, 2017, it was reported on Sarcasm News Tonight that John F Kennedy was officially resurrected in Washington, DC at The White House as a plan to help the United States with the troubled economic recession of the early 2010's. On Friday, January 20, 2017, Kennedy was resurrected by former President Barack Obama as part of a plan to help make America great again. After Kennedy was resurrected he became the new Executive Vice President in office along with Vice President Mike Pence and President Donald Trump and guaranteed to the American people that America would be even better than ever. After the conference in Washington, DC, Executive Vice President John F Kennedy announced to the world that when Obama blessed his soul, God gave him immortal powers because he was a very intelligent man who never did bad things, and that God would make him alive once again and that he would eventually die again when God calls for him once again so that he could continue his existence in Heaven. So John F Kennedy agreed with President Donald Trump and promised him to make America great again!
Birth and childhood (1917-1932)Edit
John F Kennedy was born on May 29, 1917 as John Fitzgerald Kennedy from his parents. Kennedy grew up in a time when life was different, and things in the world were better except for the society of America. Kennedy grew up during The Roaring Twenties (1920's), "a time when life was good and society was in good shape, but there was a lot of problems in society though". Presumably the 1920's was also famous for the "Great Depression", a time period when the stock market crashed and prices went up. When Kennedy was a child, he helped his mother and father raise money to help with the family. Kennedy had a few brothers, a mother, a father, and grandparents.
John F Kennedy and the Great Depression (1932-1938)Edit
Kennedy's employment agreement (1938-1941)Edit
Kennedy and World War II (1941-1948)Edit
At the beginning of World War II, Kennedy fell into a temporary depression from his family problems of the 1930's.
Kennedy's emotional disorder (1948-1954)Edit
John F Kennedy's financial government (1955-1961)Edit
President years (1961-1969)Edit
John F Kennedy's new lifestyle and musician years (1969-1984)Edit
Kennedy vs. Ronald Reagan (1984-1993)Edit
Revival of John F Kennedy and Conflict in New York City (1993-2001)Edit
Kennedy and the economic collapse (2001-2009)Edit
John F Kennedy today (2009-present)Edit
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