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I predict the 100th US president will be elected in 2356.

My guess is based on the fact that there have been 43 different

presidents in the first 224 years. However, 8 have died in office and with

better medical car and better security the total number of president would

have been reduced to maybe 37. 224/37 = about 6.05 years per president.

100 is 57 presidents away and 57 times 6.05 is 345 but elections are held every years, so call it 344 from 2012.

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