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American (US) Politics Fun Facts

Learn about the history of the united states through its politics. Discover 10 interesting, fun facts about the US presidents, the republicans, the democrats, and more.

Whether Republican Presidents or Democrat Presidents are better for the economy of the United States, has always been a subject of debate. Find out some exciting information about the famous republican and Democrat Presidents of the United States in this fun facts section.

American (US) Politics Fun Facts

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Theodore Roosevelt, a republican and the sixth President of the United States, was also known by the name Teddy after his hunting trip in 1902 in Mississippi.
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Andrew Johnson, who was a democrat, became the 17th President of the United States of America after the assassination of Abraham Lincoln.
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The 40th President of the United States, Ronald Reagan, a member of the Republican Party, was a Hollywood actor before he actively started his involvement in politics.
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“I like Ike” was the slogan used by Dwight Eisenhower, who was a Republican candidate for the Presidential elections in the United States in 1952. "Ike" was his childhood family nickname.
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Andrew Jackson, the seventh President of the United States of America, elected in 1824, was also the first President to be a Democrat.
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In the 1828 presidential election, the Donkey was first linked with the Democratic Party when the opponents of the Democratic candidate Andrew Jackson called him "jackass."
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Grand Old Party of GOP is what the Republican Party is also known as. The opponents of the Kansas–Nebraska Act inspired the foundation of this party in 1854.
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The Republican Party, also known as the Grand Old Party, was founded in 1854. The Republican elephant symbolizes intelligence, honor, and strength.
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Franklin D. Roosevelt is the only President in the history of the United States of America to have served as President for three terms.
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The first Republican to have been elected as the President of the United States of America was Abraham Lincoln. He was elected in 1861 as the 16th President of the country.

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