How good are you with US Presidential knowledge? Do you think you can score high on the below given US Presidential trivia questions & answers quiz game?
The elected President of USA is not only the head of the states but is also the head of the government. He is the one who directs the exclusive branch of the federal government and is also the commander in chief of the American Armed Forces. In short, President of the United States of America has control over everything.
The presidents are elected on the four-year basis, after which the elections are conducted again in order to elect someone new. Besides, the president is also the member of Cabinet, Domestic Policy Council, National Economic Council and National Security Council. Isn’t it astonishing? How difficult is it to manage all the things at a time, right? Let’s move on then. The president is supposed to live in the White House, which is basically an official residence and also a workplace of the president of The United States of America.
Have you been the kind of kid who loves US history? Well, if yes, then you have landed in the right place for sure. Well, we have curated a US Presidential Trivia questions & answers worksheet to assess you. Let’s see if you really listened to all the lectures your teacher gave you on the US presidents or not! Remember, be honest and make this a platform to learn and mistakes are pretty natural. Take your time and we are sure you’ll pass, for sure.
Interesting US Presidential Trivia Facts
- George Washington was a really popular liquor distributor in the new country. Some of the famous liquor he distributed were ye whiskey, apple brandy, and peach brandy in his Mount Vernon distillery.
- James Madison was Princeton University’s first graduate of his time.
- Ulysses S. Grant, the 18th President of the states was given a $20 speeding ticket for riding his horse and buggy too fast down a street in Washington, D.C.
- The capital of Liberia, “Monrovia” is named after the U.S president James Monroe mainly because he helps to free the slaves in Liberia.
- While he was the president, John Quincy Adams enjoyed skinny-dipping early in the morning in the Potomac River.
- Andrew Johnson is the only president who was a tailor before becoming a president. He only wore suits which he made for himself.
- James Abram Garfield was the first president to talk on the telephone. He spoke to Graham Bell for the first time.
- President Grover Cleveland was the only President who was elected two times but non-consecutively. He was the 22nd and 24thS president.
- Martin Van Buren was the first to be a United States citizen. All previous presidents were born British subjects.
- James Garfield was the first left-handed U.S. President.
US Presidential Trivia Questions & Answers
Q. What U.S. president had the shortest life?
Q. What future president was the only U.S. senator from a Confederate state to remain in Congress after secession?
Q. Whose 1800 presidential campaign did the Hartford Courant offer a formal apology for opposing, in 1993?
Q. Kitty Kelly wrote an Unauthorized Biography about which First Lady?
Q. Which First Lady was born Mamie Doud?
Q. Who was the only President to serve more than two terms?
Q. Who was the oldest elected President?
Q. Who was the first President to live in the White House?
Q. Who was the first President born outside the contiguous United States?
Q. In the 60s what was the first name of John F. Kennedy’s wife?
Q. What three words did George Bush say before ”no new taxes” in 1988?
Q. Who did Abraham Lincoln promote to major general of volunteers after he captured Fort Henry and Fort Donelson?
Q. Whose 1823 doctrine said the Western Hemisphere was not open to colonization or aggression by European nations?
Q. This man was a military hero before he became president. Places he fought include Fort Necessity, Fort Duquesne, and Yorktown.
Q. What date saw FDR sign the U.S. declaration of war against Japan?
Q. Who was the first presidential jogger?
Q. How many presidents were British subjects at birth?
Q. What president won election after three unsuccessful bids for the nomination?
Q. Which U.S. president has the greatest number of American communities named after him?
Q. What were jellybean flavors Ronald Reagan’s favorites?
Q. Which President lived the shortest lifespan (and was survived by both of his parents at the time of his death)?
Q. Who was the only President of the United States to never marry?
Q. When shot, which U.S. President famously quipped, ”I forgot to duck”?
Q. Which U.S. President signed the treaty to purchase Alaska from Russia?
Q. This president served the shortest term in American history. Who was he?
Q. This president almost made Cuba one of the United States of America! Who was he?
Q. Who was the first President to appear on TV?
Q. Who ran for President with the campaign slogan ”Vote Yourself a Farm”?
Q. Who was the only U. S. President to also serve as Chief Justice of the Supreme Court?
Q. Who was the first President to be impeached?
Q. Who was the only unanimously elected President by the Electoral College?
Q. What war saw James Madison become the first U.S. president to command a military unit during his term in office?
Q. What horse-loving future president cheated on an eye exam to join the cavalry reserves in the 1930’s?
Q. What future anchor was the only female reporter to tag along with Richard Nixon on his historic trip to China?
Q. Who was the first President to appoint an African American to the Supreme Court?
Q. What U.S. President had a nervous breakdown at the age of 24 and spent time in a sanitarium?