Who Was the Youngest US President?

Theodore Roosevelt at the age of 42 become President of USA

He was the youngest president in history to take office.


He became president following the death of William Mckinley, who was shot by Leon Czolgoz in Buffalo.

Theodore Roosevelt became the 26th president of the United States in 1901.

During his presidency, he championed the 'Square Deal' domestic policies, promoted the importance of pure food and drugs, regulated the railroads, and won the Nobel Peace Prize.

Some people also argue that John F. Kennedy was the youngest President at the age of 43 as he was the one who voted to the Office.


Next three youngest Presidents were Bill Clinton (46), Ulysses S. Grant (46) and Barak Obama (47).

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