There's a saying that presidents age twice as fast while in office. Take a look back over the past 60 years of U.S. presidents and judge for yourself how much the office aged them.
President George W. Bush makes a point during a rally in Dubuque, Iowa, on May 7, 2004, as he seeks re-election to a second term. He was 57 years old at the time.
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