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I've heard varying things about how strained (or not) their relationship was.
In politics, it always happen that way. Friends, enemies, friends, enemies and friends again
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I guess they wanted to make peace in their old age.
Great that they could mend their relationship.
Seems the way with politics.
Two people losing their friendship over politics? I've never heard such a thing. :)
Poor loser? Glad they kissed and made up later in life. :)
At least they mended fences.
Guess life hasn't changed much since our forefathers hey?
it proves that true friendship is forever, even to distance for a while!
a bitter loser he is
Definitely a sore loser! Though I am glad to hear they were able to patch things up :)
I'm glad these two grumpy old men made up!
Better late thsn never.
Glad they became friends afterwards!betty
In today's day and age of political rancor, I take some small comfort that it's been like that since the founding of the Republic. Adams (who I believe had a SERIOUS inferiority complex) and Jefferson, Hamilton and Burr, Jackson and...John Quincy Adam...we've been pissing and moaning at each other for over 200 years.And I think it's cool that Adams and Jefferson died on the same 4th of July (not cool that they died, cool that they passed on Independence Day).
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