Which President Said I Cannot Tell a Lie?

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“I cannot tell a lie” is a famous quote by George Washington, a former United States president. This quote is mostly heard in the story of the cherry tree which involves George when he was young and his father who gave him a hatchet.
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It was George Washington, but he didn't really say it. A book was written about him a 100 years after his death and one of the stories in the book relates that when he was asked who
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George Washington chopped down the Cherry Tree and told his father I can
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Yes--supposedly. However, the story was actually concocted after Washington's death by his biographer, Parson Weems. There is no evidence that Washington ever said it. "George,
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"I cannot tell a lie" is a quote from a story written by biographer Parson Weems attributed to George Washington, but may never have been said by Washington himself.
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