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Presidents Day Trivia!

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. - Vanessa de la Viña hit the streets to test your presidential knowledge this Presidents Day.

How much do you know?
1. Which President began the tradition of throwing a first pitch on Opening Day?
2. Who was the first President born a citizen of the United States?
3. Who was the shortest President in history?
4. Which president was the youngest person to become president?
5. Who was the first president to live in the White House?



Answers:
1. President William Howard Taft threw out the ceremonial first pitch in the Washington Senators' game against the Philadelphia Athletics on Opening Day April 15, 1910.
2. Martin Van Buren was born in New York on December 5, 1782. All previous Presidents were born before the Revolution.
3. President John Madison was only 5'4" and under 100 pounds, according to National Geographic News.
4. Franklin D. Roosevelt
5. John Adams
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