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QUOTE OF THE DAY

People rarely succeed unless they have fun in what they are doing.

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Ben Carson argued that being a good president the most important thing to have is a brain. He said this the first Republican debate.

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1.) James K. Polk

 

IQ: 130.2
Polk is known as the “least known consequential president.” Polk presided over the Mexican War, expanding the size of the country and overhauled the nation’s finance system.

2.) President Grover Cleveland

 

IQ: 130.9
Cleveland cannot afford a college education, but that didn’t stop him from becoming a successful lawyer. Cleveland earned a reputation for his honesty and worked ethic.

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3.) Richard Nixon

 

IQ: 131.0
Nixon’s presidency may be full of scandals, but there’s no doubting his intelligence. Before he resigned from office, Nixon accomplished some major foreign policy goals and pushed for environmental regulation.

4.) Dwight D. Eisenhower

 

IQ: 131.9
Eisenhower served as a five-star general in the Army during World War II and was the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces in Europe before becoming president.

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5.) Benjamin Harrison

 

IQ: 132.2
Benjamin Harrison had a successful career as a lawyer before and after his one-term presidency. He even represented the Republic of Venezuela against the United Kingdom.

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