Grover Cleveland Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other

Grover Cleveland Biography, Age, Weight, Height, Friend, Like, Affairs, Favourite, Birthdate & Other


This Biography is about one of the best Political Leaders Grover Cleveland including his Height, weight, Age & Other Detail…

Biography Of Grover Cleveland
Real Name Grover Cleveland
Profession Presidents, Political Leaders
Nick Name Mayor Grover Cleveland
Famous as President of the U.S.A
Nationality American
Religion Presbyterianism
Political ideology Political party – Democratic
Personal life of Grover Cleveland
Born on 18 March 1837
Birthday 18th March
Died At Age 71
Sun Sign Pisces
Born in Caldwell
Died on 24 June 1908
place of death Princeton
Ideology Democrats
City New Jersey
Family Background of Grover Cleveland
Father Richard Falley Cleveland
Mother Ann Neal Cleveland
Siblings Rose Cleveland
Spouse/Partner Frances Folsom Cleveland Preston
Children Ruth Cleveland, Esther Cleveland
Founder/Co-Founder Interstate Commerce Commission
Hobbies Fishing and Hunting
Personal Fact of Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland, the 22nd and 24th President of the United States, is the only President in American history to serve two non-consecutive terms in office. A Democrat, he became the president in an era when American politics was dominated by Republican political ideals. He was a man who possessed strong character and moral values and was considered to be a political reformer even though he was not viewed as an original thinker.

He was steadfast in his fight against corruption and was totally committed to the principles of classical liberalism. Grover Cleveland rose from a difficult and poverty stricken childhood to become one of the most respected Presidents of the United States. Having lost his father at a young age, he was forced to abandon his studies and started working to support his family.

He struggled throughout his youth and eventually became a lawyer with the help of a relative. Then he entered politics and served as the Governor of New York before running for presidency. He became the president for the first time in 1885 and lost the re-election in 1889 to Benjamin Harrison. Cleveland again ran for presidency in 1893, won the election and was made the president for his second, non-consecutive term


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