In a surprising move towards a U.S. president, on Mar. 27, 1834, President Andrew Jackson was censured by the U.S. Senate. The action was in response to Jackson's defunding of the Bank of the United States, representing his intense opposition to the creation of a national bank.
Today In History- March 27
Andrew Jackson is censured by the U.S. Senate for his actions regarding the U.S. National Bank.
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