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US Presidents: Who the Click Am I?
Can you pick the correct president based on the clue?
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George Washington or George W. Bush?
A poll of historians named me the nation's greatest president.
I was the first president to ride a railroad train.
I was the only president to serve in the senate after my presidency.
I was the first sitting U.S. president to preside over a meeting of the United Nations Security Council.
My last daughter, Elizabeth, was younger than my four grandchildren.
My nickname as a child was Bubba.
Three presidents have died on July 4th, but I was the only one born on this date.
My wife died before I took office, so my sister served as White House hostess.
I was the only president to serve in both World Wars.
The first central heating system in the White House was installed during my presidency.
I was related (by blood or marriage) to 11 former presidents.
My vice president and I were not elected by the people.
I played in the first College Baseball World Series.
I narrowly escaped an assassination attempt when a live grenade that was thrown at me failed to detonate.
I was the only president unanimously elected.
Before I was president, I personally hanged two murderers while serving as a sheriff and public executioner.
At 60 years old, I was the oldest vice president to succeed to the presidency.
I was the first president to donate my salary to charity.
I was the only unmarried president.
I was the first left-handed president.
At 5 feet 4 inches, I was the shortest president.
My inauguration was the first to be held outdoors.
I survived a gallstone operation at age 17, before the advent of anesthetics and antiseptic practices.
I was the first president to graduate from the U.S. Naval Academy.
Thomas Jefferson and I were the only two presidents to sign the Declaration of Independence.
I was the first president to be elected despite not receiving the most Electoral College votes, nor the majority of the popular vote.
I was the only president to win a Pulitzer Prize (for my biography 'Profiles in Courage').
With 15 sons and daughters, I had the most children of any president.
I was the only president to take the oath of office from a female official.
After serving one term as president, I made three unsuccessful bids for re-election.
I refused an honorary degree from Oxford University because I couldn't read the language it was written in (Latin).
I was the first president to visit a country not recognized by the U.S.
At 69 years old, I was the oldest elected president.
I was the first president to visit the west coast.
I permanently lost the sight in my left eye while boxing in the White House.
I designed my own tombstone and wrote my own epitaph (omitting the fact that I was president).
While president, I was fined $20 for speeding (on horseback).
I was the first newspaper publisher elected president.
I was the first president to use the telephone while campaigning.
I was the first president to die in office.
John F. Kennedy and I are the only two presidents buried in Arlington National Cemetery.
John Tyler and I were the only two presidents to re-marry while serving as president.
I never belonged to a political party, nor took any interest in politics until I ran for president at age 62.
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