Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, 4th of July event, trivia party, or pub night.  The multiple choice questions also make for a fun quiz for teachers to use in the classroom.

Presidential Trivia - An American Presidents Quiz

Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, of July event, trivia party, or pub night. The multiple choice questions also make for a fun quiz for teachers to use in the classroom.

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Presidential Trivia (@triviapotus) | Twitter

Presidential Trivia (@triviapotus) | Twitter

Presidential Trivia (@triviapotus) | Twitter

Presidential Trivia (@triviapotus) | Twitter

Presidential Trivia (@triviapotus) | Twitter

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Printable Presidential Trivia for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

Presidential Trivia - An American Presidents Quiz

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Printable Presidential Trivia for President's Day, Independence Day, Patriotic Holiday Parties

Presidential Trivia - An American Presidents Quiz

Add this presidential trivia to an inauguration party, of July event, trivia party, or pub night. The multiple choice questions also make for a fun quiz for teachers to use in the classroom.

The administration of Warren G. Harding, the 29th US president, was one of the most corrupt ever. It included the infamous Teapot Dome bribery scandal. Harding was a newspaper publisher whom one admirer promoted for the nomination because 'he looked like a president.' Harding died of a heart attack in office in 1923. Rumors at the time claimed he had either killed himself or was poisoned by his wife.

The administration of Warren G. Harding, the 29th US president, was one of the most corrupt ever. It included the infamous Teapot Dome bribery scandal. Harding was a newspaper publisher whom one admirer promoted for the nomination because 'he looked like a president.' Harding died of a heart attack in office in 1923. Rumors at the time claimed he had either killed himself or was poisoned by his wife.

AMERICAN HISTORY: Presidential Trivia, Fun Facts and Firsts

Today, in 1961 - John F. Kennedy presented the first live presidential news conference from Washington, DC. Kennedy’s quick wit made him “an immediate sensation,” according to reporters gathered at the scene.

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"It's true that [President] Taft was a heavy guy. However, that doesn't mean he was an idiot. Seriously, what kind of bizarro body dysmorphia would someone need to have to wedge himself into a bathtub so tightly that it took four men to wrench him free? And how would that person even manage to get stuck when his bathtub looked like THIS?" -- via '5 Famous Pieces of Presidential Trivia (That Are Total BS)'

5 Famous Pieces of Presidential Trivia (That Are Total BS)

William Howard Taft was the heaviest President, weighing in at more than 300 pounds. After Taft became stuck in the White House bath tub, he ordered a custom-made tub to be installed. The larger tub could fit four normal sized men, or one Taft.

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