Photo courtesy of the Library of Congress
Discover our nations leaders
Gerald Ford may best well be known for being the only U.S. President that was not elected into office. Having taken office after the resignation of Richard Nixon, Ford culminated his long political career hold the nation's highest office. Below are facts that you maybe did not know about the 38th president.
Football - Long before he entered politics, Ford was an outstanding football player at the University of Michigan.
Warren Commission - In 1963 Ford was appointed to the task force that investigated the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
Longest Living President - Ford is the longest living president at 93 years 165 days.