U.S. Presidents Quiz

How Well Do You Know Our American Presidents?

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1. Only two U.S. presidents have ever been impeached. Who are they?

2. What is the salary of the president of the United States?

3. Who's the only president to have served more than two terms in office?

4. Who was the first president?

5. Which of these presidents didn't have a college degree?

6. Only one modern president never won election to office. Who was it?

7. There's been only one bachelor to serve as president. Who was it?

8. Which president, like Donald Trump, had no political experience?

9. Who's the most successful independent presidential hopeful in history?

10. Which of these presidential nominees wasn't born in the United States?

11. On what day is the president sworn into office after winning election?

12. What's the address of the White House, the president's residence?

13. Who was the youngest president in history?

14. How old must you be to serve as president?

15. Who was the oldest person to be elected president?

16. Why does a member of the Cabinet skip the State of the Union speech?

17. How many electoral votes does it take to win a presidential election?

19. How are presidents elected?

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