Not really.Watched a bit of a JFK bio that was factually deficient.
It stated that JFK was that youngest U.S. President.
Not true. Teddy Roosevelt was the youngest U.S. President.
The fully intended misconception comes from the fact that the younger Teddy Roosevelt declined to immediately have a formal inauguration account it would have been in bad taste due to the recent assassination of McKinley.
As often said in the 60's, JFK was the youngest U.S. President inaugurated.
(true, as it stands) Over time, people, lazy with the facts, dropped the word 'inaugurated'.I think, intentionally.
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