Thursday, January 15, 2009

FDR and Eleanor were the longest occupants of White House - Having been the only President elected to four terms in office, President Franklin Roosevelt and his wife Eleanor Roosevelt lived in the White House longer than any other President. The second longest presidential occupant of the White House has been George W. Bush. This results from the fact that he often stayed at the White House during the presidency of his father George H. W. Bush. George W. Bush was then elected himself to two terms as President.