The president of the United States is responsible for the well-being and growth of his population under all circumstances. While some of these presidents took the oath of the office into their daily actions, others fell short on their promises. This list includes the very best and the very worst U.S. presidents to ever lead the nation. You’ll be surprised by some of these.
Ulysses S. Grant – 130
Seeing as the so-called ‘least smart’ president on this list still has an IQ of 130 – a full 15 points above average, you can get an idea of just how smart we’re talking about when it comes to American presidents. Ulysses S. Grant, a former Union Army commanding general during the Civil War, became the 18th president of the United States. He enjoyed plenty of popularity when he was in office from 1869 to 1877. A couple of years after his graduation from West Point, he made a name for himself when he was active during the Mexican-American War. He became the president of the country at only 47 years old, making him the youngest president. He scored highly for moral authority, international relations, public persuasion, and pursuing equal justice for everyone. He is remembered by the general public as an honest person who condemned the KKK. Many also note that he was the first president to appoint both African American and Jewish American public officials.