Who Was the Shortest President?

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James Madison, Jr. was the shortest president.
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The short President of the United States was James Madison who had a height of 5 feet and 4 inches. He was also the lightest weighing President bringing the scale up to only 100 pounds.
If you are referring to the shortest president as in their height, that would have been James Madison, the 4th U.S. President. He was 5'4' and weight only 100lbs. If you are referring to the President that had the shortest term in office which was William Harrison. He died from a bad cold only after 2 months in office.
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James Madison, the 4th US President, was the shortest at a height of 5ft. 4 ins. He served from 1809 to 1817 for two terms and assisted in the drafting of the bill of rights. Look
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William Henry Harrison served one month in office. He then was struck with pneumonia and died in office.
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Obama/Biden, if we're lucky.
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