Watch This Video! Charlotte May Only Be 2, But She Knows Her Presidents!

Tue, January 4, 2011 1:18pm EST by Add first Comment

Courtesy of YoutubeThis adorable 2-year-old knows her U.S. history — and she does a mean impression of Ronald Reagan!

Now this is impressive. Two-year-old Charlotte knows every U.S. president’s name and can even recite some of their famous sayings! How, you ask? Her parents bought her a presidential placemat and she obviously studies during meal time! Charlotte is sure to ace American history class before she hits preschool.

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Not only does she refer to the presidents using their nicknames — like “LBJ,” “Ike” and “Teddy” — but Charlotte points to their exact placement on her mat. “Can you show me where Richard Nixon is?” her dad asks. She finds Nixon rather quickly, of course. “And what does he say?” Charlotte replies with an enthusiastic, “I’m not a crook!” Amazing, right?

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But Charlotte’s impression of Ronald Reagan is our favorite! After she thinks a second about what Ronald says, the tiny tot yells, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” Sadly though, one thing Charlotte doesn’t seem to remember is which pair of Presidents are father and son. “I don’t know, I don’t remember them,” she tells her dad. “How about George…” her dad says. “Who’s George?”

Watch the hilarious video below and be prepared to smile!

–Leigh Blickley

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