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Can you discover the identity of the Secret President from clues provided after incorrect guesses? You have but 2 minutes...
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To start, just guess a US President. Each incorrect answer will include a new hint as to the secret president's identity.
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The Secret President's Identity:
His surname also contains an 'n'
No other president shares his surname.
His VP and Jefferson's first name were the same.
Like Madison, he was born in the century before the one in which he served.
He is later than Monroe.
Like Jackson, he died before the rise of Nazi Germany.
He was never the VP, unlike Van Buren.
Unlike W.H. Harrison, he was not born a British Subject.
Unlike Tyler (who had 15), he had less than 5 children
Unlike Polk (who had 9), he had fewer than 5 siblings
He was also born in Virginia, like Taylor.
Both he and Fillmore were Capricorns.
He was never in the House of Representatives, unlike Pierce
He was never the Sec of State, unlike Buchanan.
Like Lincoln, his surname does not contain the letter 'u'
Like A. Johnson, he was over 50 when he took office.
He was not a military general like Grant.
Unlike Hayes, he did not lose the popular vote
Like so many presidents, and unlike Garfield, he left office on March 4th.
Like so many presidents, and unlike Arthur, he took office on March 4th.
He was also a two-term president, but consecutively
There are no doubled letters in his surname, unlike in B. Harrison's.
His surname has less consonants in it than does McKinley's.
His and T. Roosevelt's last wives shared the same first name.
Taft was born after, but served before, the secret president
He did not die in office, unlike Harding.
Like Cal, his first and last name start with the same letter.
Unlike Hoover, he was not a Quaker.
Unlike F.D.R., the US was was not at war with Japan during his presidency
He did not take office from a deceased president, unlike Truman.
He was a war-time president, but had no military background, unlike Eisenhower
Unlike Kennedy, he was not assassinated.
He was never a Senator, unlike L.B.J.
Unlike Nixon, he left office by declining to seek reelection.
Unlike Ford, he never reached the age of 70.
Unlike Carter, this President served in a pre-nuclear-bomb era.
He is earlier than Reagan.
Unlike G.H.W. Bush, no relative of his also served as president
Their surnames have 4 letters in common.
He was also the governor of a state, but not Texas.
His surname begins with a consonant, unlike Obama's.
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