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JFK was the youngest elected to the presidentcy and only catholic. He wasnt the youngest president.

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yes he does. he is the youngest president to take office, but not the youngest to be elected


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Um... no. The youngest president was Theodore Roosevelt (42) although he took office because he was the vice president of William McKinley, who was assassinated. The youngest president ever to be ELECTED was John F. Kennedy (43).


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Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest person o run for the president


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