Franklin Delano Roosevelt has the honor of being the longest serving U.S. president.
Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected into office on
March 04, 1933 and served for four terms, becoming the only president to serve
more than two terms.
D. Roosevelt passed away during his fourth term on April 12, 1945 from a cerebral hemorrhage, his last words were 'I have a terrible headache'.
In all Franklin D. Roosevelt served 12 years 1 month
and 8 days as the president of the United States.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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