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May 8, 2023

[Answer] Who was the last U.S. President to sport facial hair while in office?

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...Neither a beard nor a mustache has graced the face of a U.S. President in more than a century. William Howard Taft, who sported thick hair above his upper lip, was the last mustachioed POTUS, leaving office in 1913. Woodrow Wilson began the streak of clean-shaven commanders-in-chief on March 4, 1913, which the American Mustache Institute has designated "Taft Day" in honor of the last President with facial hair.




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William Howard Taft:


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  1. Answer: Surprisingly, only five U.S. presidents have sported a beard while in office. The first bearded president was Abraham Lincoln, who grew his iconic beard in response to a letter from an 11-year-old girl who encouraged him to grow it to help him get elected. The trend of beards in the White House, however, did not extend beyond the 19th century. Benjamin Harrison was the last president to sport a beard, and when he left office in 1893, an era came to an end. The last major-party candidate with a beard to even run for president was Republican Charles Evans Hughes in 1916. He lost.

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