According to the United States Constitution, a presidential candidate must be at least 35 years old. There is no upper age limit. In addition to minimum age, presidential hopefuls must fulfill other requirements.
When Franklin Roosevelt was elected president, first lady Eleanor Roosevelt hired Henrietta Nesbitt to be the White House's housekeeper and head chef. While Nesbitt successfully transformed the old, outdated kitchen into a modern and more efficient place to prepare meals, not many people would say that the new kitchen was put to good use. Nesbitt's menus were notoriously unappealing.