Reagan he was 72 when he was elected.
The oldest elected U.S. President was Ronald Reagan.
Just the opposite. At the time, he was the oldest president ever elected.
The oldest man to be elected as U.S. President was Ronald Reagan who was elected at the age of 69. He turned 70 three months later. If John McCain is elected President then he will be the oldest at 73.
No George Washington was not the oldest president. Ronald Reagan was the oldest elected president at the age of 69 when he was elected to his first term. He ended his presidency a few months before his 78th. George Washington was 57 when he was elected.
As of 2017, the youngest elected president was John F. Kennedy at 43, and the oldest was Donald Trump at 70.
George Washington was the first person elected to be president of the United States so I guess you could say he was the oldest in that sense but the oldest (as in his age) president was Ronald Reagan who was elected president at the age of 69.
Ronald Reagan was the oldest president so far. He was 69 when he was elected and inaugurated the first time. He turned 70 shortly after he took office.
Just the opposite. At the time, he was the oldest ever president.
The oldest president to be elected into the presidential office was Ronald Reagan. He was sixty-nine years old at the time.
Richard Milhouse Nixon, Age 86