Andrew Jackson was the 7th President of the United States. Jackson joined the armed forces at the age of 13, spent some time as a British prisoner of war, and fought duels like a man who absolutely loved to be shot. Its said that he “rattled like a bag of marbles” because of all the the bullets he took and couldn’t get taken out.
Dwight Eisenhower was the 34th President of the United States. A career military man, who served next to Generals like McArthur and Patton, and worked his way up the ranks to be titled Supreme Allied commander and Operation Overlord until shortly after the end of World War 2.
Pro’s and Con’s
Jackson, simply put, had guts. He loved to duel, and obviously, was good at them because he died at the age of 78, from illness. With that said though, he was known to be somewhat arrogant and hotheaded. Eisenhower while serving and training with the armed forces for most of his life, didn’t have anything particularly special about him that would help him here in a fight. But to his credit, he was very smart and loved strategy. Even developing training courses for tank divisions before WW2
Andrew Jackson would probably come out on top most of the time in this fight. But it would be a close call every time. Due to his vast experience in fighting another man one on one, Jackson would be more likely to win vs Eisenhower who studied large scale tactics all of his life.