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What did William McKinley do for a living after being a president?

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McKinley was killed while he was president.

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William McKinley was a President of the United States. He was the first person to be president without being elected.


He was not vice president that long. When William McKinley died Roosevelt took over being the president


This depends on the country/organization. See related questions.US: William McKinley.William Mckinley was the 25th President of the United States from 1897 March 4 until 1901 September 14, when he eventually died after being shot on September 6 by an assassin.


This depends on the country/organization. See related questions.US: William McKinley.William Mckinley was the 25th President of the United States from 1897 March 4 until 1901 September 14, when he eventually died after being shot on September 6 by an assassin.


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William McKinley died on September 14, 1901, eight days after being shot by Leon Czolgosz.


William McKinley has been largely indifferent to tea for the past hundred and sixteen years, what with being dead.


Grover Cleveland's second term ended when William McKinley was sworn in on March 4, 1897.


Theodore Roosevelt became US President on 14 September 1901, following the death of William McKinley. He served until 4 March 1909.


No USA president was a preacher by vocation. William McKinley wanted to be a missionary at one time when he was young. Jimmy Carter regularly taught Sunday School at his church.


yes he did and his hobbies was the 25th president of the united states from 1897 to 1901 He has the dubious distinction of being the third US president to be assassinated after Abraham Lincoln and J As a person, McKinley was known to be a kind and considerate person. Even after being shot two times by Leon Czolgosz, McKinley still called out to the people and the Secret Service not to hurt him. The simple truth is the McKinley was loved and admired by the people of America for his generous and kind nature. ames Garfield.



Of course he was nice- you do not get far in politics if you are not nice. McKinley was noted for being especially open, friendly, even tempered with a dry wit.


William McKinley was the President of the United States at the start of 1901. On September 14 he was replaced by Theodore (Teddy) Roosevelt.William Mckinley was the 25th President of the United States from 1897 March 4 until 1901 September 14, when he eventually died after being shot on September 6 by an assassin.Theodore Roosevelt was the 26th President of the United States from 1901 September 14 to 1909 March 4. Vice President to McKinley for his second term, he would later break with the Republican party after the renomination of Taft, forming the Progressive (Bull Moose) Party, and unsuccessfully running for president a third time.


U.S. President William McKinley died on 14th September, 1901, after being shot by a deranged anarchist during the Pan-American Exposition in Buffalo, New York.


Being president is a full-time job and the president is paid a living wage for his services. The current president had made a living as a US Senator and before that as a lawyer.


William Jennings Bryan. Bryan, a Democrat, ran for the presidency twice against William McKinley and was defeated both times. He is also famous for being part of the Scopes Monkey Trial at which defense attorney Clarence Darrow grilled him on his knowledge of scripture.


Yes there used to be a five hundred dollar bill. President William McKinley was featured on the face of bill. The five hundred dollar bill stopped being produced in 1934.


Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest at age 42, however John F Kennedy was the youngest elected president, being 43.President John F Kennedy was elected to the presidency when he was 43, making him our youngest president.Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest President when he succeeded William McKinley at 42 in 1901.John F. Kennedy was the youngest elected President, inaugurated at the age of 43 in 1961.The youngest American to become President was Theodore Roosevelt. He became President at the age of 42 due to the assassination of his President, Wm. Mckinley.John Kennedy was the youngest person to be elected to the presidency-- he was 43 when he took office.Theodore Roosevelt, was the youngest president ever. He assumed office on September 14,1901, at the age of 42, following the assassination of William McKinley but he had been elected as the vice-president, not as the president.John F. Kennedy at 43 years of age was the youngest person to actually run for president and be elected as president.Theodore (Teddy) Rosevelt at the age of 42. He was elected in 1901-1909.Theodore Roosevelt, at the age of 42, was the "youngest person to become a U.S. President". He became President when McKinley was assassinated.John F. Kennedy, at the age of 43, was the youngest person to be elected U.S. President.


Being the biggest president(fattest)


because he did not like being president



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No president was shot really soon after being sworn in. All the assassinated presidents ( Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley, Kennedy) were shot after they were sworn) as was Reagan.



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