TUESDAY TRIVIA: Who Was Elected President for Two Non-Consecutive Terms?

Barack Obama was the 17th president to be elected to at least two terms.

Who was elected president for two non-consecutive terms?

Grover Cleveland is the only candidate ever to be elected to one term, defeated for a second term, and then elected again four years later. He was both the 22nd president and the 24th president.

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