Welcome to our President Trivia template! Test your knowledge of some of the most iconic figures in American history. How much do you know about the men who have held the highest office in the United States? How many can you name? How many of their accomplishments can you recall? Here you will find questions about the 44 different Presidents of the United States, from George Washington to Joe Biden. Whether you have a basic knowledge of the most recent leaders or an almost encyclopedic knowledge of the entire cast of Chief Executives, we have questions for everyone. So join us in exploring the lives of the Presidents of the United States - who they were, what they did, and how their eras shaped our nation. Let the trivia begin!
1) Who is the oldest man to ever be elected to the office of President of the United States?
2) Who was the first President of the United States to be impeached?
3) How many times was Franklin D. Roosevelt elected to serve as President of the United States?
4) Who was the first President of the United States to appear on television?
5) Who was the first President of the United States to take a vacation outside of the country while in office?
6) Which President was the first to be born in the 20th Century?
7) Who was the first President to have a telephone in the White House?
8) Who was the first President to be born a US citizen?
9) Who was the first President to complete a full term in office without a Vice President?
10) Who was the first President to become a Nobel Peace Prize recipient?
11) Who was the first President born west of the Mississippi River?
12) In what year was the presidential term of office extended from four to five years?
13) Who was the first President of the United States to be assassinated?
14) Who was the first President to serve two non-consecutive terms in office?
15) How many Vice Presidents has the United States had in its history?
16) Who was the first President to be married in the White House?
17) Who was the first President of the United States to be divorced?
18) Who was the first President of the United States to live in the White House?
19) Who was the first President to have a telephone in the Oval Office?
20) Who was the first President to use the internet while in office?
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