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Gerald Ford was the first vice-president who was not elected to the position.

He later became the president when President Nixon resigned his office, so I suppose you could say he was appointed President. (Nelson Rockefeller was the only other appointed vice-president. He was appointed to replace Ford after Ford moved up to President. )

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John Hanson was the real first president.

The first President under the Constitution was Washington. Adams was his Vice President. That makes Washington the first Real President.

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George Washington was the first president under the Constitution. John Adams was his vice president.

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The first US presidential election, in 1788, made George Washington President and John Adams the VP.

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George Washington and John Adams

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John Adams

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