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Who was the youngest U.S. president?

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Who was the youngest U.S. president?
Theodore Roosevelt. He assumed the presidency in September 1901, after the assassination of William McKinley and shortly before his 43rd birthday. John F. Kennedy was the youngest elected president, being just 43 years of age when he took office in 1961.

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