"A Pulitzer Prize winner went on national TV criticizing Trump's comments about Lincoln. The Washington Post writer said absurd history criticizing Donald Trump because he said that if Andrew Jackson had been president later, perhaps, there wouldn't have been a Civil War, but Donald Trump is exactly right. Andrew Jackson said 'give me an army I will invade South Carolina and hang the first secessionist I find from the nearest tree.' That was thirty years before the civil war, they just don't know their history."
...Historian Doug Wead on why he believes President Trump is correct in saying if Andrew Jackson had been president instead of Lincoln there may not have been a Civil War
Continuing the series of interviews on Brian Kilmeade's new book "Andrew Jackson and the Miracle of New Orleans: The Battle That Shaped America's Destiny" Presidential Historian Doug Wead discussed the parallels between President Andrew Jackson and President Trump and how other presidents such as FDR, JFK and Harry Truman all identified with various aspects of Jackson's presidency.
Plus, Wead on Former President Carter saying the media is harder on President Trump than any president in his lifetime.