John F Kennedy Short Biography

John F Kennedy the thirty- fifth president of the United States of America. One of the most friendly presidents. He was born May twenty ninth of nineteen seventeen, he was born in Brooklyn Massachusetts. He married Jacqueline Bouvier, they had four children together Caroline, Patrick, John F JR, and Arabella Kennedy. Although, Patrick was born prematurely and died two days after he was born and Arabella died the day the she was born. President Kennedy was elected to be president in 1960 to be the thirty fifth president. He was forty three years old when he became president. He was the youngest and Roman Catholic to take the office. (Staff, H. (2009). Retrieved December 17, 2015.) Kennedy went to Harvard University to become a journalist. In nineteen forty four he decided he didn’t want to become a journalist, and he also left the navy. In nineteen forty six he went back to Boston to begin running for congress. He was a democrat, and he won by a lot against his republican opponent. He entered the eighth congress in January of nineteen forty seven, at the …show more content…
In nineteen fifty six Kennedy announced his candidacy for presidency on January second. Kennedy won by a narrow margin–less than 120,000 out of some 70 million votes becoming the youngest man and the first Roman Catholic to be elected president of the United States. In the beginning of his presidency he wanted all the American to come together and help start the process to eliminate poverty. When he took office they were in the middle of the Cold War against communism around the world and that he promised that he would win. His words when he said that we need to help our country “Ask not what your country can do for you; ask what you can do for your country.” JFK (Staff, H. (2009). Retrieved December 17,

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