Kennedy was 43 years old when he was inaugurated after being duly elected as president. Theodore Roosevelt was only 42 when he was sworn in when McKinley died but there was no formal inauguration for him at that time.
The youngest president was John (Jack) F. Kenedy his inauguration day he was 43 years old.
John F. Kennedy was the youngest president that time he was inaugurated. He was approximately 43 years old.
John F. Kennedy was the youngest president ever elected at the age 43. He was the 35th president of The United States of America. He had 8 siblings. He was the second oldest child of Joseph P. Kennedy, his father. Actually Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president; he was 42 years and 322 days old. (Inauguration age) However, John F. Kennedy was the youngest elected president, Theodore Roosevelt took presidency when McKinley was assassinated.
Ronald Reagan was the oldest president at the time of his inauguration. When he was sworn in on January 20, 1981, he was 69 years old
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No, he was not. Theodore Roosevelt was 42 when he became president in 1901: he was the vice president at that time, but was elevated to president after William McKinley was assassinated. The youngest person ever elected to the presidency was John F. Kennedy, who was inaugurated when he was 43 years old. Barack Obama was in the top 5 of youngest presidents-- he was 47 when he was elected.
When Theodore Roosevelt became President, he was aged 42. He was the youngest US President at that time.
No, the exact opposite is true. At the time of his inauguration Ronald Reagan was two weeks from his 70th birthday, making him the oldest person ever elected president.John F. Kennedy was the youngest person ever elected president. He was approximately 43Â½ years old when inaugurated.Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest person ever inaugurated; he was a bit less than 43 years old when he ascended to the presidency following William McKinley's death.
During the presidential Inauguration the old president of the United States moves out of the white hose and the new one moves in. During the Inauguration the president and the vice president elects are sworn into office or formally inducted. The president needs to say the oath of office.
He was 43 years old -the youngest man and the first Roman Catholic ever elected.
35 on Inauguration Day
The second youngest elected president was Theodore Roosevelt. He was 42 years old (the youngest president) when he assumed office after the death of William McKinley. However, when he was elected (voted in by the citizens) he was 45 years old. JFK was the youngest elected president, he was 43 years old.
At George Washington's first inauguration he was 57 years old.
President Barack Obama was 47 years old at the time of his inauguration. He was born on August 4th, 1961.
The time from election until inauguration is need for an orderly transition of the new administration. The new president needs the time to become acquainted with pending issues, to form a cabinet and a staff of advisers, etc. The period of time from when a new president is elected until he is sworn in is commonly called the lame duck period. Until 1933, the inauguration took place on March 4. Since then, the inauguration takes place on January 20.
As of 2017, the youngest US president was Theodore Roosevelt, who was only 42 when he took office.
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its 35 but the youngest so far was 42 tedi rosevelt
Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president at 42. He died age 60 in 1919. The youngest living president right now is Barack Obama at 49.
57 years and 67 days.
In 1961, at 43 years of age, John F. Kennedy was sworn in as the 35th president of the United States.He turned 44 on May 29 after his January 20 inauguration.John F. Kennedy was 43 when elected president in 1960. His birthday was in May, so he was still 43 when he became President in January, 1961. He was not the youngest president, but he was the youngest man ever elected President. Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president,but Theodore Roosevelt was not elected when he first became President. He was automatically put in when William McKinley was assassinated in 1901.
He was our youngest president, 43 when he was elected.
Ronald Reagan, who was 69 years old at his inauguration.
You need to be at least turning 35 by Inauguration Day.