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The issue was debated that year by Vice President Richard Nixon and Sen. John F. Kennedy during the presidential campaign, and Brundage and the IOC became embroiled in it as well.
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Feb 26, 2021 · 1960 — Dave Jenkins of the United States wins the figure skating gold medal at the Winter Olympics in Squaw Valley, Calif. David Jenkins puts on a brilliant free figure skating performance on Feb. 26, 1960 at Squaw Valley, Calif., to win the Winter Olympics figure skating championship and a gold medal for the United State.
This chronological list contains entries for each president with his corresponding first lady and vice president. Note: Multiple entries appear for a president whenever there was a change in the office of vice president.
1960 election. 35. John Fitzgerald Kennedy: 37. Lyndon Baines Johnson: January 20, 1961: November 22, 1963: 1960 election. Kennedy died. 36. Lyndon Baines Johnson: None: November 22, 1963: January 20, 1965: Kennedy died. 1964 election. 38. Hubert Horatio Humphrey: January 20, 1965: January 20, 1969: 1964 election. 1968 election. 37. Richard Milhous Nixon: 39. Spiro Theodore Agnew
Nov 10, 2020 · The unamended Constitution mandated that a president would serve for four years. However, nowhere did it state if there was to be a limit on the number of terms to which they could be elected. However, President Washington set a precedent of only serving two terms, which was followed until November 5, 1940, when Franklin Roosevelt was elected ...
List. The following is a list of Vice Presidents of the United States. Vice presidency Vice President Party Election President 1 April 21, 1789 March 4, 1797
The first president, George Washington, won a unanimous vote of the Electoral College; one, Grover Cleveland, served two non-consecutive terms and is therefore counted as the 22nd and 24th president of the United States (giving rise to the discrepancy between the number of presidents and the number of persons who have served as president).