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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.

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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 43½ 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.


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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.



As of 2017, the youngest US president was Theodore Roosevelt, who was only 42 when he took office.


its 35 but the youngest so far was 42 tedi rosevelt


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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.


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Oh trivia is such fun!#1 of 10 Theodore RooseveltAge at Inauguration: 42Theodore Roosevelt was vice president under William McKinley. When McKinley was assassinated, Roosevelt took office as a 42-year-old in 1901. He was not elected by the American voters. Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president in U.S. history at the time of his inauguration.#2 of 10 John F. KennedyAge at Inauguration: 43At age 43, John F. Kennedy was the youngest president ever elected. He was assassinated.#3 of 10 Bill ClintonAge at Inauguration: 46Bill Clinton took office in January 1993, inaugurated at 46 years of age (but 157 days younger than Ulysses S. Grant).#4 of 10 Ulysses S. GrantAge at Inauguration: 46Ulysses S. Grant, victorious commanding general of the Union Armies over the Confederacy in the American Civil War and the 18th president, was inaugurated at 46 years old.#5 of 10 Barack ObamaAge at Inauguration: 47In 2009, Barack Obama was 47 years old, but 182 days younger than Cleveland when inaugurated.#6 of 10 Grover ClevelandAge at Inauguration: 47Grover Cleveland was the 22nd president of the United States. He took office in 1885 at age 47.#7 of 10 Franklin PierceAge at Inauguration: 48Franklin Pierce took office as the 14th president in 1853. He was 48 years old.#8 of 10 James A. GarfieldAge at Inauguration: 49James A. Garfield, the 20th president, assumed office on March 4, 1881. Garfield was 17 days younger than Polk when Garfield took office at 49 years old.#9 of 10 James K. PolkAge at Inauguration: 49James K. Polk, was 11th U.S. president. He was our first US President inaugurated before turning 50 years old.#10 of 10 Millard FillmoreAge at Inauguration: 50Millard Fillmore, the 13th president of the United States, was inaugurated on July 9, 1850---at age 50.


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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.



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