Hmmmm, you mean this?
“Washington soon received a call to duty. The delegates of the thirteen states were meeting in Philadelphia to write a constitution for the United States. The document called for a president to lead the people. Ballots were sent out and all voters chose Washington as there first president. George Washington served two terms as president proving to be a very wise, caring, and fair leader.
George Washington spent the rest of his life at Mount Vernon, the place he loved to be.
The story of George Washington chopping down the cherry is one of the most famous stories told about Washington. There is no evidence that the story was true. Some say the story was told in order to point out George Washington’s honesty.”
More like this (from wiki):
“He handled relations with the states and their militias, dealt with disputing generals and colonels, and worked with Congress to supply and recruit the Continental army. Negotiating with Congress, the colonial states, and French allies, he held together a tenuous army and a fragile, nascent nation amid the constant threats of disintegration and failure.”
“He warned against bitter partisanship in domestic politics and called for men to move beyond partisanship and serve the common good.”