either attempted or successful.
Andrew Jackson - attempt - Jackson abolished the Bank of the United States
Abraham Lincoln - assassinated - Lincoln issued interest free Greenbacks in defiance of the bankers
James Garfield- assassinated.
President James Abram Garfield, our 20th President, had previously been Chairman of the House Committee on Appropriations and was an expert on fiscal matters. (Upon his election, among other things, he appointed an unpopular collector of customs at New York, whereupon the two Senators from New York--Roscoe Conkling and Thomas Platt--resigned their seats.)
President Garfield openly declared that whoever controls the supply of currency would control the business and activities of all the people. After only four months in office, President Garfield was shot at a railroad station on July 2, 1881. Another coincidence.
William McKinley - assassinated - McKinley's assassination enabled Theodore Roosevelt, had failed in his run for mayor of New York and had never held public office until he was elected governor of New York two years before becoming McKinley's running mate. Roosevelt's treachery in the 1912 presidential election assured that a supporter of the Federal Reserve became President.
Franklin Roosevelt - attempt - Prescott Bush, the NAZI banker was behind this.
Harry Truman - probably because of his second thoughts about recognizing Israel. "In the summer of 1947, pending the independence of Israel, the Zionist Stern Gang was believed to have sent a number of letter bombs addressed to the president and high-ranking staff at the White House. The Secret Service had been alerted by British intelligence after similar letters had been sent to high-ranking British officials and the Gang claimed credit. The mail room of the White House intercepted the letters and the Secret Service defused them. At the time, the incident was not publicized. Truman's daughter Margaret confirmed the incident in her biography of Truman published in 1972. It had earlier been told in a memoir by Ira R.T. Smith, who worked in the mail room."
also H. Truman -"The Jews, I find are very, very selfish" Anti-Semite or just pissed off?
John F. Kennedy - assassinated - already discussed
Gerald Ford - two attempts - Ford's assassination would have made Nelson Rockefeller, brother of David (Chase Manhattan Bank) president.
Ronald Reagan - attempt by son of George W. Bush's Texas campaign manager - George is son of NAZI banker Prescott Bush.