Who is the oldest U.S. president to be inaugurated?

  • George W. Bush
  • Bill Clinton
  • Abraham Lincoln
  • Ronald Reagan correct

    At 69 years old, Ronald Regan is the oldest U.S. president to be inaugurated. However, in 2017, Donald Trump will take that title because he'll be sworn in at the age of 70. Trump bested Hillary Clinton in the 2016 Presidential Election, and Clinton would have tied with Reagon for oldest inaugarated should she have won. Source: InsideGov, Yahoo

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