Benjamin Franklin was one of the Founding Fathers of the United States, an elder statesman, and a signer of the Declaration of Independence; however he was never a president. He was too old and in ill health by the time the Constitution was ratified and the United States government was set up.
Ben Franklin was not president.
Benjamin Franklin was never president.
Benjamin Franklin was never President.
Benjamin Franklin was never a president of the United States.
Benjamin Franklin was not a president.
Benjamin Franklin was not the president of the convention it was George Washington
No, Benjamin Franklin was never president.
No, Benjamin Franklin was never a president.
Benjamin Franklin was not a president but he was a very famous statesman.
None, he was never a US president.
Benjamin Franklin always wanted to be president of the U.S.
Benjamin Franklin was never elected president.
He was the 6th president of P.A.
yes he did
Benjamin Franklin is dead, but I think he was in government befor he was elected for president
One of the titles for Benjamin Franklin was President of the state of Pennsylvania. Benjamin Franklin was president from October 18, 1785 to November 5, 1788.
No, Ben Franklin (Benjamin Franklin) is not in any way on the dime. It is actually President Franklin Delano Roosevelt who is on the dime!
thomas jefferson was a writer and benjamin franklin was a printer thomas jefferson was a president benjamin franklin was not
Benjamin Franklin was never President of the U.S.; however, the was president of the Pennsylvania Executive Council, a position similar to governor today. He was also an inventor..
Benjamin Franklin was never a president of the United States. The first president of the United States was George Washington.
Benjamin Franklin never was president of the US. He was elected the first president of the American Philosophical Society and the 6th President of Pennsylvania while living in Philadelphia.
Benjamin Franklin was president from 1785 to 1788. Benjamin Franklin invented the lightning rod, bifocals, the Franklin stove, a catheter, and a glass harmonica.
He was NEVER President.