Who Was the First President to Speak on TV?

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According to sources Franklin D. Roosevelt was the first president to speak on tv. Roosevelt spoke at the opening sessions New York World's Fain on April 30, 1939. Although the first president to speak from the White House on food conservation was Harry S. Thurman on Oct. 5, 1947.
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