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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.

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