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the USA has 44 presidents including Barack Obama
Bill Clinton is the only president in history to be impeached. He's also the only president to ever cheat on the first lady while in office.
There have been fourteen US Presidents that were Freemasons: George Washington, James Monroe, Andrew Jackson, James Polk, James Buchanan, Andrew Johnson, James Garfield, Willi…am McKinley, Theodore Roosevelt, William Taft, Warren Harding, Franklin Roosevelt, Harry Truman, Gerald Ford and Geogre Bush SNR Lyndon Johnson was initiated as an Entered Apprentice, but never received the other two degrees required for him to be considered a Mason in Texas. Regan however did receive an honrary Scottish Rite membership (but he was not actually a freemason, nor a scottish rite mason).
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I assume you are referring to US presidents. There have been 43 men who served as president of the USA so far; Barack Obama is the 44th. (One president-- Grover Cleveland, was… elected twice, but in non-consecutive terms. He was #22 and #24.) There have been 65 Inaugurations: 20 men were inaugurated more than once: George Washington Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe Andrew Jackson Abraham Lincoln Ulysses S. Grant Grover Cleveland (the only one non-consecutively) William McKinley Theodore Roosevelt Woodrow Wilson Calvin Coolidge Franklin D. Roosevelt (4 times) Harry S. Truman Dwight D. Eisenhower Lyndon B. Johnson Richard M. Nixon Ronald Reagan William J. Clinton George W. Bush 9 Vice Presidents took office when their President could not finish his term: John Tyler (William H. Harrison) Millard Filmore (Zachary Taylor) Andrew Johnson (Abraham Lincoln) Chester A. Arthur (James Garfield) Theodore Roosevelt (William McKinley) Calvin Coolidge (Warren G. Harding) Harry S. Truman (Franklin D. Roosevelt) Lyndon B. Johnson (John F. Kennedy) Gerald R. Ford (Richard M. Nixon - only President to leave because he resigned, rather than because he died) So, 37 men have been elected as President: George Washington (twice) John Adams Thomas Jefferson (twice) James Madison (twice) James Monroe (twice) John Q. Adams Andrew Jackson (twice) Martin Van Buren William H. Harrison James Polk Zachary Taylor Franklin Pierce James Buchanan Abraham Lincoln (twice) Ulysses S. Grant (twice) Rutherford B. Hayes James Garfield Grover Cleveland (twice - not consecutively) Benjamin Harrison William McKinley Theodore Roosevelt William H. Taft Woodrow Wilson (twice) Calvin Coolidge Herbert Hoover Franklin D. Roosevelt (four times) Harry S. Truman (twice) Dwight D. Eisenhower (twice) John F. Kennedy Lyndon B. Johnson Richard M. Nixon Jimmy Carter Ronald Reagan (twice) George H.W. Bush William J. Clinton (twice) George W. Bush (twice) Barack Obama Only 1 was not elected as either President or Vice-President Gerald R. Ford And, only 5 others were never actually elected as President John Tyler Millard Filmore Andrew Johnson Chester A. Arthur Warren G. Harding ...making exactly 43 Americans who have served as President of the United States. Barack Obama is thus considered the 44th President.
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There are two answers to this question. The answer to the first (Presidents that have been elected twice) 15 presidents have been elected twice. They are... George Washi…ngton Thomas Jefferson James Madison James Monroe Andrew Jackson Ulysses S. Grant Grover Cleveland (Elected twice, but nonconsecutively) Woodrow Wilson Franklin D. Roosevelt (Elected four times, but only just began his fourth term before his death) Dwight D. Eisenhower Ronald Reagan Bill Clinton George W. Bush Barack Obama Theodore Roosevelt and Harry S Truman are not listed because they were not elected twice, and did not serve two full terms. The second is Presidents who have served two nonconsecutive terms and Grover Cleveland is the only one to do so.
Only two presidents have been impeached. Andrew Johnson and Bill Clinton
Five sitting presidents were shot ; Abraham Lincoln in 1865 by John Wilkes Booth; James Garfield in 1881 by Charles Guiteau; William McKinley in 1901 by Leon Czolgosz; and Joh…n Fitzgerald Kennedy in 1963 by Lee Harvey Oswald and Ronald Reagan in 1981 by John Hinckley Jr.. In addtion, Theodore Roosevelt was shot after he left office but while he was running for a second term as president. Roosevelt and Reagan were shot but not killed. Lincoln, Garfield, McKinley and Kennedy died from their gun shot wounds.
Hoover, Nixon and Reagan were from California, but only Nixon was born in Californ-eye-ey
If you are asking about the United States, none so far. But if you are asking about other countries, a growing number have had a female leader. England had a female prime mini…ster, Margaret Thatcher. There was Golda Mayer (Israel), and Indira Ghandi (India), Corazon Aquino (Philippines, Benazir Bhutto (Pakistan), Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (Liberia), and Mary Robinson (Ireland), just to name a few.
Nine. Five of them were not elected to a term in their own right - Tyler, Fillmore, Andrew Johnson, and Ford. the other four were elected to their own term after finishing… the term of their deceased predecessors - Theodore Roosevelt, Coolidge, Truman, and Lyndon Johnson.
No American President has ever been a woman (as of 2011), but there are a number of other countries which have had women as political leaders, whether as President or as Prime… Minister. So far Canada has had exactly one female Prime Minister, whose name is Kim Campbell.
The vice President does assist the President, it is not necessary to officially change the title to assistant President.
Switzerland has a different president every year. The first was Jonas Furrer in 1848. The current (2012) president is Eveline Widmer-Schlumpf. Some presidents have served …more than one term, so the total is about 150. See the link below for a full list.