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Herbert Hoover and Calvin Coolidge were sworn in by William Taft. Coolidge in 1925 and Hoover in 1929. Taft was the Chief Justice in 1923 when Warren Harding died in office but Calvin Coolidge was at his father's home at the time. Coolidge's father was a notary public and therefore swore his son into office to finish Harding's term. Taft swore him in for the second term.

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This first happened in 1840 when William Henry Harrison was sworn in March and died in April, causing John Tyler to be sworn into the presidential office. It also happened in 1865with Abraham Lincoln and Andrew Johnson, in 1880 with James Garfield and Chester Arthur, in 1901 with William McKinley and Theodore Roosevelt and most recently in 1945, when Franklin Roosevelt was sworn in for his fourth term , died, and left the office to Harry Truman.

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