Top US President Quizzes & Trivia

Since the beginnings of America, one person was looked upon to unite the states in harmony. In 1789, George Washington became the first US President – who was his Vice President? After serving two terms, Washington made it a policy that presidents only serve twice – which US Amendment cemented this forever?
 
The President of the United States isn’t just the head of the country, he or she is also responsible for approving or vetoing laws, mobilizing the military for action, and appointing people to help run the country. For lovers of history, the intricately woven details of US Presidents is rich in trivia. For example, President Barack Obama is 44th President – What number was Jimmy Carter? If you’re ready to test your knowledge against our Presidential quizzes, step into our Oval Office!

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