Presidential trivia is a great way to test one’s understanding and knowledge of politics, history, and the workings of the highest position in office in various countries. American history has been moulded by the U S presidents who made some of the biggest decisions in history. Let’s take a look at U S president trivia and trivia on other presidents across the world too.
Did you know these trivia around US presidents?
- John F Kennedy was the youngest elected president in US history at 43 years old.
- President Gerald Ford was born with the given name Leslie Lynch King Jr.
- Harry S Truman lead the efforts of desegregating the military, banning discrimination in the civil service and commissioning a federal report on civil rights.
- Rutherford B Hayes started the first Easter Egg Roll at the White House, which is now an annual tradition.
- The Patriot Act was signed by President George W Bush.
- Donald Trump is the first American president to be impeached twice.
- The Watergate scandal would eventually lead to the impeachment of Richard Nixon.
- Stephen Grover Cleveland is the only president to serve to nonconsecutive terms.
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|How old must a person be to run for President of the United States?||▶ 35|
|Awarded posthumously in 2001, who is the only U.S. President to have received the Medal of Honor?||▶ Theodore Roosevelt|
|Which US president focused on winning the Cold War and the rollback of communism?||▶ Ronald Reagan|
|Which president implemented a Europe first strategy and started the Lend-Lease program to make Germany’s defeat a first priority?||▶ Franklin D Roosevelt|
|Who is the United States’ eighth president?||▶ Martin Van Buren|
|Which US president served from 1869 to 1877?||▶ Ulysses S Grant|
|How many days was William Henry Harrison president?||▶ 31 days|
|What did President Zachary Taylor die of during his term?||▶ Cholera Morbus|
|How many successful assassination attempts on US presidents have there been?||▶ Four|
|Every how many years does a presidential elections happen in Colombia?||▶ Four|
|Who was the 14th US president?||▶ Franklin Pierce|
|Which US president holds the nickname “Father of His Country”?||▶ George Washington|
|How many presidents served during the American Revolution?||▶ 3|
|What was the name of President James madison’s wife?||▶ Dolley Madison|
|What is the oldest political party in Australia?||▶ The Labor Party|
|Who was the first president of the United States to live in the White House?||▶ President John Quincy Adams|
|Which President is on the United States 1,000 dollar bill?||▶ Grover Cleveland|
|In 1952, Albert Einstein was offered the presidency of which country?||▶ Israel|
|At the time of his assassination, what play was Abraham Lincoln watching?||▶ Our American Cousin|
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Tim majored in Humanities with a bachelor in English and Theatre at New York State University. He lectured on entertainment business studies for three years at Plymouth College.
Tim has been a trivia host in his current hometown of Pittsburgh for the past two years. He enjoys hanging out with people who love trivia just as much as he does.
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