Who was the oldest president of the United States?

Memorial with Reagan quotation at the Ronald W. Reagan Presidential Library
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Question: Who was the oldest president of the United States?

Answer: Ronald Reagan became the oldest president when he was elected in 1980 at the age of 69. He survived an assassination attempt. When he finished his second term in office he was 77 years old.

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