The Hottest American Presidents, Ranked

Ok, we get it. While talking of presidents, term 'hot' is not generally the best adjective to describe them! Politicians are not really required to be 'hot', are they? As far as we believe, they need to be good at what they’re supposed to do: successfully govern the nation. However, what if we rank American Presidents on the basis of their physical attractiveness just for the sake of fun? A president who happens to be hot in addition to being a good one would be a dream come true!

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Also Known As: Ronald Wilson Reagan
Birthday: 06 February 1911
Born In: Tampico, Illinois, United States
Died On: 05 June 2004
Height: 6′1″
Ronald Reagan was famous for his jokes and one-liners. His ability to use humor in a constructive manner made him one of the hottest American presidents.

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Birthday: 29 May 1917
Born In: Brookline
Died On: 22 November 1963
John F. Keneddy is considered as one of the hottest American Presidents. He became president and a very young age and thanks to his dynamic personality, he had numerous extramarital relationships and affairs with popular women, including Marilyn Monroe, Marlene Dietrich, Gene Tierney, and Mary Pinchot Meyer.

3. Franklin D. Roosevelt

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Also Known As: Franklin Delano Roosevelt
Birthday: 30 January 1882
Born In: Hyde Park, New York
Died On: 12 April 1945

Franklin D. Roosevelt was the longest-serving president who died while serving the fourth consecutive term in office. Bound to a wheelchair, he was a braveheart who rescued the U.S.A from two major crises, the Great Depression and World War II.


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Also Known As: Barack Hussein Obama II
Birthday: 04 August 1961
Born In: Honolulu, Hawai, USA
Height: 6′1″

Barack Obama broke stereotypes and created history by becoming the first president of African-American descent and served two terms.


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Also Known As: Rutherford Birchard Hayes, Rutherford Hayes
Birthday: 04 October 1822
Born In: Delaware, Ohio
Died On: 17 January 1893

Rutherford B. Hayes championed for meritocracy in administration and advocated for equality of people without considering the social status, economic standing, and race.