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Presidential Pairs

written by: thaibob
Presidents of the United States are paired together and you have 4 choices to decide which one is the most likely to be the pair that answers the question. Read the question carefully is the best advice I can give you.

Question 1:

These presidents coupled up to discuss their former secretarial jobs. Which pair doesn't fit with the others?
James Monroe & John Quincy Adams
Thomas Jefferson & Martin Van Buren
John Adams & John Tyler
James Madison & James Buchanan

Question 2:

As far as inaugurations are concerned, which pair does not belong with the others?
John Adams & William Henry Harrison
James Madison & Andrew Jackson
George Washington & John Tyler
Thomas Jefferson & Martin Van Buren

Question 3:

Birthdays were discussed amid laughter and merriment. Which two were not on the same page?
Gerald Ford & Richard Nixon
Jimmy Carter & George H.W. Bush
George W. Bush & Bill Clinton
Ronald Reagan & Barack Obama

Question 4:

Talking about vice presidents, one pair was at odds and evens with the others. Which pair doesn't fit?
James Madison & Andrew Jackson
James Monroe & John Quincy Adams
Martin Van Buren & James K. Polk
George Washington & John Adams

Question 5:

As far as vice presidents are concerned, some were fortunate, some not. Which pair is different from the other three?
John Tyler & Millard Fillmore
Calvin Coolidge & Harry S. Truman
Andrew Johnson & Chester A. Arthur
Grover Cleveland & Rutherford B. Hayes

Question 6:

They now began talking about their early childhoods. Which pair couldn't seem to understand references made by each other?
John Adams & John F. Kennedy
Zachary Taylor & Chester A. Arthur
Andrew Jackson & James K. Polk
Lyndon Johnson & George H.W. Bush

Question 7:

They all discussed the pros and cons of running a state but one pair was not so current in their views. Which pair seemed too far removed?
Franklin D. Roosevelt & Grover Cleveland
Rutherford B. Hayes & Jimmy Carter
Calvin Coolidge & Theodore Roosevelt
William McKinley & Woodrow Wilson

Question 8:

A discussion ensued about jobs and work before their election to the presidency. Which couple didn't understand each other?
William H. Harrison & Dwight D. Eisenhower
George H.W. Bush, & George W. Bush
Herbert Hoover & Theodore Roosevelt
Warren G. Harding & Harry S. Truman

Question 9:

Everyone was discussing their time in Congress. Which two could not agree on the benefits of certain policies in reference to their individual states?
William H. Harrison & Warren Harding
Andrew Jackson & Andrew Johnson
John Quincy Adams & John F. Kennedy
Franklin Pierce & Martin Van Buren

Question 10:

Legislative discussion took place but which two were not in the same boat when discussing policy?
Lyndon Johnson & George H.W. Bush
Gerald Ford & Millard Fillmore
James Madison & John Tyler
James A. Garfield & Rutherford B. Hayes

Question 11:

Talks about wives saddened all but two of these. Which pair did not seem melancholy at all?
Andrew Jackson & Richard Nixon
Calvin Coolidge & Ronald Reagan
John Adams & Chester A. Arthur
James Monroe & Rutherford B. Hayes

Question 12:

Three pairs totally agreed on policy. Which pair was constantly bickering?
John Adams & James Madison
Thomas Jefferson & James Monroe
Zachary Taylor & John Tyler
William Henry Harrison & Millard Fillmore

Question 13:

They all were concerned with their "legacy of learning". What two were sorely disappointed?
Martin Van Buren & Millard Fillmore
Andrew Jackson & James K. Polk
Warren Harding & Franklin Pierce
Thomas Jefferson & Harry Truman

Question 14:

Discussing their memoirs, one pair found that writing them would not have been as easy if they followed the method of the other three pairs. Which pair would that be?
John F. Kennedy & Jimmy Carter
Herbert Hoover & Harry Truman
George W. Bush & Lyndon Johnson
Franklin Roosevelt & Richard Nixon

Question 15:

They certainly were a knowledgeable bunch on foreign affairs except one pair. Which two could not draw on much worldly experience?
James Monroe & John Quincy Adams
William Henry Harrison & James Buchanan
John Adams & Thomas Jefferson
James Madison & Andrew Jackson


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