Is a career in politics a far-fetched thought for you? Does the slick world of democracy disgust you? Does the venal world of politics make you sick to your stomach? If yes, then you certainly need to explore the lives of some of America's famous political leaders to know why politics is not half as repulsive as it appears to the modern minds. Agreed, modern-day politics is a pandemonium, full of vile, self-serving, gold-digging, and power-monging politicians who will not bat a lid before trading off their conscience and countrymen to fill their coffers and quell their personal interest. That said, history is pregnant with influential political leaders like John F. Kennedy, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin D. Roosevelt and Ronal Reagan who led their nation to greatness with their ideologies, sacrifice and service. So put aside your apolitical thoughts, forget the media stories and check out for yourself the biographies, trivia and interesting facts about America's famous political leaders. We bet, you will be inspired.
Donald TrumpDonald Trump
14 June 1946
45th U.S. President
Barack ObamaBarack Obama
04 August 1961
44th U.S. President

Pete ButtigiegPete Buttigieg
19 January 1982
Politician

Kamala HarrisKamala Harris
20 October 1964
US Senator

Arnold SchwarzeneggerArnold Schwarzenegger
30 July 1947
Former Governor of California

Joe BidenJoe Biden
20 November 1942
Vice President of the U.S.A
John F. KennedyJohn F. Kennedy
29 May 1917
35th President of the United States

Abraham LincolnAbraham Lincoln
12 February 1809
American President.

Bernie SandersBernie Sanders
08 September 1941
Politician

Jimmy CarterJimmy Carter
01 October 1924
39th U.S. President
Nancy PelosiNancy Pelosi
26 March 1940
Politician

Ronald ReaganRonald Reagan
06 February 1911
40th U.S. President
Richard NixonRichard Nixon
09 January 1913
37th President of the United States

Alexander HamiltonAlexander Hamilton
11 January 1755
Economist, Political Philosopher, Former U.S.

George W. BushGeorge W. Bush
06 July 1946
43rd U.S. President
Martin Luther King Jr Martin Luther King Jr.
15 January 1929
Civil Rights Activist

George WashingtonGeorge Washington
22 February 1732
First U.S. President
Elizabeth WarrenElizabeth Warren
22 June 1949
United States Senator

Theodore RooseveltTheodore Roosevelt
27 October 1858
26th U.S. President

George H. W. BushGeorge H. W. Bush
12 June 1924
41st U.S. President
Robert F. KennedyRobert F. Kennedy
20 November 1925
Brother of President John F. Kennedy

Dick CheneyDick Cheney
30 January 1941
Former Vice President of the United State
Rudy GiulianiRudy Giuliani
28 May 1944
Former Mayor of New York City, U.S. Attorney for

Ilhan OmarIlhan Omar
04 October 1981
U.S. Representative

Thomas JeffersonThomas Jefferson
13 April 1743
3rd U.S. President

Hillary ClintonHillary Clinton
26 October 1947
Former First Lady, Political Leader
Dwight D. EisenhowerDwight D. Eisenhower
14 October 1890
34th U.S. President
Lyndon B. JohnsonLyndon B. Johnson
27 August 1908
36th President of the U.S.A

Gerald FordGerald Ford
14 July 1913
President of the USA

Shirley TempleShirley Temple
23 April 1928
Actress

John McCainJohn McCain
29 August 1936
United States Senator
Mitch McConnellMitch McConnell
20 February 1942
United States Senator

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Mike PenceMike Pence
07 June 1959
Vice Presidential Running Mate of Donald Trump

Harry S. TrumanHarry S. Truman
08 May 1884
33rd President of the United States

Andrew Johnson - 17 President of the United States of America From April 15, 1865 to March 4, 1869Andrew Johnson
29 December 1808
 

Andrew JacksonAndrew Jackson
15 March 1767
7th President of the United States
John AdamsJohn Adams
30 October 1735
2nd U.S. President

Ulysses S. GrantUlysses S. Grant
27 April 1822
President of the U.S.A
Woodrow WilsonWoodrow Wilson
28 December 1856
Father of the League of Nations

Al GoreAl Gore
31 March 1948
Politician

Henry KissingerHenry Kissinger
27 May 1923
Diplomat, National Security Advisor (America)
Sarah PalinSarah Palin
11 February 1964
Former Governor of Alaska

Herbert HooverHerbert Hoover
10 August 1874
31st U.S. President
William McKinleyWilliam McKinley
29 January 1843
President of the U.S.A

Aaron BurrAaron Burr
06 February 1756
3rd Vice President of United States

Ted KennedyTed Kennedy
22 February 1932
Former US Senator

Jerry SpringerJerry Springer
13 February 1944
Talk Show Host, Former Politician, Former News

Condoleezza RiceCondoleezza Rice
14 November 1954
 
Beau BidenBeau Biden
03 February 1969
Son of Joe Biden

David DukeDavid Duke
01 July 1950
White Nationalist, Far-Right Politician

James MadisonJames Madison
16 March 1751
4th President of the United States

John Quincy AdamsJohn Quincy Adams
11 July 1767
 
Grover ClevelandGrover Cleveland
18 March 1837
President of the U.S.A

William Howard TaftWilliam Howard Taft
15 September 1857
President of the U.S.A
Warren G. HardingWarren G. Harding
02 November 1865
President of the U.S

Mitt RomneyMitt Romney
12 March 1947
Former Governor of Massachusetts

James A. GarfieldJames A. Garfield
19 November 1831
President of the U.S.A
Eleanor RooseveltEleanor Roosevelt
11 October 1884
Wife of American President Franklin Delano

Calvin CoolidgeCalvin Coolidge
04 July 1872
President of the U.S.A
William Henry HarrisonWilliam Henry Harrison
09 February 1773
 

James BuchananJames Buchanan
23 April 1791
15th U.S. President

John KerryJohn Kerry
11 December 1943
Politician
George WallaceGeorge Wallace
25 August 1919
 

Ted CruzTed Cruz
22 December 1970
Politician
Joseph McCarthyJoseph McCarthy
14 November 1908
 

Nikki HaleyNikki Haley
20 January 1972
Governor of South Carolina

Andrew CuomoAndrew Cuomo
06 December 1957
Governor of New York

Jefferson DavisJefferson Davis
03 June 1808
Former President of the Confederate States of
Ben CarsonBen Carson
18 September 1951
Politician, Former Neurosurgeon
John TylerJohn Tyler
29 March 1790
10th U.S. President

Betsy DeVosBetsy DeVos
08 January 1958
US Secretary of Education

Davy CrockettDavy Crockett
17 August 1786
 

Jesse VenturaJesse Ventura
15 July 1951
 
John GlennJohn Glenn
18 July 1921
Tthe First American to Orbit the Earth

Martin Van BurenMartin Van Buren
05 December 1782
 

Zachary TaylorZachary Taylor
24 November 1784
Military Leader and the 12th President of United

Ross PerotRoss Perot
27 June 1930
Independent U.S. Presidential Candidate

Nelson RockefellerNelson Rockefeller
08 July 1908
41st Vice President of the U.S.A
Chester A. ArthurChester A. Arthur
05 October 1829
21st President of the USA

Ron PaulRon Paul
20 August 1935
 
James K. PolkJames K. Polk
02 November 1795
 

Benjamin HarrisonBenjamin Harrison
20 August 1833
23rd President of the United States

Paul RyanPaul Ryan
29 January 1970
Speaker of the United States House of
Booker T. WashingtonBooker T. Washington
05 April 1856
 

Rutherford B. HayesRutherford B. Hayes
04 October 1822
President of the U.S.A
R. Budd DwyerR. Budd Dwyer
21 November 1939
Political Leader

Huey LongHuey Long
30 August 1893
Politician

Franklin PierceFranklin Pierce
23 November 1804
 

Strom ThurmondStrom Thurmond
05 December 1902
Former United States Senator
Walter MondaleWalter Mondale
05 January 1928
The 42nd Vice President of the U.S.A.

Rand PaulRand Paul
07 January 1963
US Senator
Robert Todd LincolnRobert Todd Lincoln
01 August 1843
Politician, Son of Abraham Lincoln

Dan QuayleDan Quayle
04 February 1947
Former Vice President of the United States
Jerry BrownJerry Brown
07 April 1938
34th and 39th Governor of California

George HearstGeorge Hearst
03 September 1820
Former United States Senator
Bob DoleBob Dole
22 July 1923
Politician, Lawyer