As of 2017, the youngest US president was, who was only 42 when he took office.
You must be 35 years old to be elected president of the U.S.
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.
You must be at least 35 years old to be President of the US.
When Theodore Roosevelt became President, he was aged 42. He was the youngest US President at that time.
Theodore Roosevelt was sworn into office when he was 42 years old in 1901. This made him the youngest person to ever become the President of the US.
The second youngest elected president was Theodore Roosevelt. He was 42 years old (the youngest president) when he assumed office after the death of William McKinley. However, when he was elected (voted in by the citizens) he was 45 years old. JFK was the youngest elected president, he was 43 years old.
Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president of the United States. He became president at the age of 42.
No. JFK was the youngest ELECTED President at age 43. But - Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest President at age 42.
The youngest president to die in office was John Fitzgerald Kennedy, I believe. :)
As of 2017, Kennedy is still the 2nd youngest president.
Kennedy was the youngest elected US president.
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When Theodore Roosevelt was sworn in as US President on 14 September 1901, he was the youngest President at age 42.
John F. Kennedy was the second youngest president ever at 43. He was the youngest to be elected but the youngest president ever was Theodore Roosevelt who assumed office after the assassination of William McKinley.
Technically John F. Kennedy was elected the youngest but the youngest president in office was Roosevelt. (Roosevelt was elected Vice President in 1900 and became President when President William McKinley was assassinated.)
John Fitzgerald Kennedy, the 35th President, was 43 and was the youngest US President elected to office at the age of 43 and 236 days old when he was inaugurated in 1961.However, Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest president, 42, when he assumed the office after McKinley's assassination.
John F. Kennedy was the youngest president that time he was inaugurated. He was approximately 43 years old.
The youngest president was John (Jack) F. Kenedy his inauguration day he was 43 years old.
its 35 but the youngest so far was 42 tedi rosevelt
The youngest US President was Theodore Roosevelt, who was only 42 when he took office after William McKinley's assassination. Then the youngest elected President was John F. Kennedy at age 43.
John F. Kennedy was 43 years old when he became the 35th US president. He was the youngest president elected at that time.
President John F Kennedy was the youngest US president to be elected at the age of 43, and the youngest president to die in office.
The youngest person to assume the office of president of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt at age 42
The youngest person to serve as President of the United States was Theodore Roosevelt, who assumed office at the age of 42, following the assasination of William McKinley. John F. Kennedy was the youngest when elected president and youngest who died.
Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest American to become President at the age of 42. This was because of assassination. But, John F. Kennedy was the youngest American to be ELECTED President at the age of 43.