Theodore Roosevelt was the youngest man to serve as President of the United States. Theodore Roosevelt was 43 when he was elected.
John F. Kennedy was born in Brookline, Mass. on May 29, 1917. When he was elected the thirty-fifth President of the United States he was 42 years old. He was the youngest man to ever serve as President. Ironically, he was also the youngest President to die in office.
No, he was actually the oldest man elected as president, being elected at the age of 69. John F. Kennedy is the youngest man elected as president, being elected at the age of 43.
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John Kennedy was the youngest to be elected. Teddy Roosevelt was younger when he took office but he took office because the President was killed.
The youngest man to become president was Theodore Roosevelt at age 43. As vice president, Roosevelt became president after the death of William McKinley. The youngest man to be elected president was John Kennedy at age 44.
John F. Kennedy was the youngest person elected president. He was also a speed-reader.
False, Ronald Reagan was the oldest man to be elected as president.
which president of the US was the oldest man to be elected
He was the youngest man ever elected to the office of President of the United StatesA+ Answers