Q.1 Presidents Day in US is celebrated on third Monday of February to honour George Washington, the first President of US, whose birthday is on 22nd Feb. It is also a day to remember other Presidents specially another popular President whose birthday is on 12th Feb.
G Ford. In 1973, Vice President Agnew resigned against criminal charges of tax evasion and money launderingand Ford became VP. Again in 1974 Nixon resigned due to Watergate scandel and he became President of US.
Q.4 Who was the only US president to be the Chief Justice of the country?
Washington, J. Adams, Jefferson, Madison, Monroe, J. Q. Adams, Jackson, and W. Harrison are the 8 US presidents who were born as British subjects
Barack Obama is the first president not born in the continental United States. He was born in Hawaii.
Ronald Reagan at the age of 69 was the oldest elected president of US and the youngest was J F Kennedy at the age of 43. Theodore Roosevelt at 42 was however the youngest one to become president when he succeeded McKinley, who had been assassinated.
At 6'4" Abraham Lincoln was the tallest and Madison was the shortest at 5'4"
Four times a candidates winning the popular vote lost the presidency, the most famous being Al Gore loosing to George Bush
26 of the US Presidents were lawyers and 12 of them were Generals.
Jackson, T. Roosevelt, F. Roosevelt, Truman, Ford, and Reagan are the six US Presidents on whom assassination attempts were made.
Two future U.S. Presidents signed the Declaration of Independence: Thomas Jefferson and John Adams.