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The constitution says the age of a president has to be 35 or older; in which this case you really want the age of senators; 30 of congressmen:25, so there are different answers but this one is the best

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The US Constitution provides the requirements. The minimum age is 35 years of age. In addition they have to be a natural born citizen of the United States and have lived in the US for 17 years.

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it should be 35 yrs old for minium sge become a president, but however 35 yrs old still not enough exp for president.
The US Constitution defines 35 as the minimum age for a presidential candidate. The youngest to serve was Theodore Roosevelt, who was 42 when he took office after William McKinley was assassinated. The youngest to be elected was John F Kennedy, who was 43 when he took office.

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Theodore Roosevelt took office at the age of 42.

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You must be 35 years old to be elected president of the U.S.

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You must be at least 35 years old to be President of the US.

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Thirty I believe. If not Forty.

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youngest ever president was 42 but minimum is 35.


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