WASHINGTON (Monitoring Desk)- In a village in the US state of New Hampshire, the first votes and results of the presidential election were announced. Yas Village Democratic nominee Joe Biden won all 5 votes unequivocally. In the remote village of Dicks Will Nach in the jungle near the Canadian border, the first round of voting for the presidential election began, according to media sources, and the results were declared shortly after the vote. Dix Can Nach has 12 inhabitants. Let’s first cast our ballot.
So far, many American presidents have appointed in the Oval Office of the White House, and each has some interesting facts attached. The first president of the United States to take office in 1789 was George Washington. He was the only U.S. president to get 100% of the vote from the electoral college. He was not associated with any party and had 300 members at the time of his death. The first US president to be described on stamps was George Washington.
Jimmy Carter, who was born on October 1, 1924, has the honor of living the biggest service life among the former Presidents of the United States, according to media reports, and is now over 96 years old. George W. Bush Sr. has the distinction of becoming the first living President of the United States before that. At the time of his death, on November 30, 2018, George Bush Sr. was 94 years and 171 days old.
In order to keep his interaction with his wife a secret, Herbert Hoover, the 39th President of the United States, often spoke in Chinese. Similarly, Harry Truman, the 33rd President of the United States, used to wake up at 5:00 AM every morning and practice the piano. Grover Cleveland, once elected president in 1884, was the first American president to lose a second term in 1888, but he did not give up. In 1892, he ran for a third term and won again.