Lets put all the Presidents in a big scenario game on the same team (only format where having over 44 people on a team makes sense) and have them run missions. I'll alternate oldest to newest.
George Washington was known as a mediocre player before signing up for this game, where he quickly became a star. Even his failed missions were considered awesome. People still talk about how when he was overrun by a opposing team insertion while trying to capture the New York base he managed to get his entire squad across the Delaware creek with out losing any players.
Barack Obama angered some of the players after he pointed out that there wasn't enough first aid kits in the staging area and convinced the field to require that all players purchase and bring their own first aid kit or be forced to play a higher field fee. However, he scored quite a few points completing missions and managed to shoot out an opposing general.
John Adams was a total rules lawyer. He had some influence as a friend of Washington, but managed to upset many role players in the game with his constant checking of player badges which prevented any spies in the game from doing anything fun.
George W. Bush, from a family of players, talked a big talk. Your stereotypical mil-sim player, he spent a lot of money on all the cool toys. Impressed like minded player with his load out, but players who weren't into the mil-sim scene tended to roll their eyes. A busy player who wan involved in a lot of missions, some successful, some that went horribly wrong, and some that didn't get finished yet he spent a lot of time claiming how he "totally accomplished that mission".
Thomas Jefferson was mostly known for the fact that he actually wrote part of the rule book being used for this scenario. A fact he used to his advantage when he used the in game currency that had been collected by his team to open up the Louisiana field, doubling the total field size with it all starting under his teams control.
Bill Clinton, a good all around player who completed some very key missions, tends to only get remembered for how he was totally caught having "inappropriate relations" behind the registration tent with that girl who worked the concession stand.
I can't tell you how entertaining all that is to read at work hahaha George bush would definitely be that one at the field all decked out in one color with a brand new luxe that George bush senior just bought him for being good hahaha