The forty-second president was born ____ Jefferson Blythe IV on Aug. 19, 1946, in Hope, Arkansas, but later took the last name of his step-father. In the summer of 1963, ____ was elected a Senator of the American Legion Boys Nation and was sent to Washington, D.C. where he met President John F. Kennedy, his political hero. ____ won a Rhodes scholarship to Oxford University. While at Yale, ____ met Hillary Rodham, a Wellesley College graduate from suburban Chicago. ____ and Hillary Rodham were married in 1975. In 1976, ____ was elected Attorney General of Arkansas. ____ was 32 years old when he was elected governor of Arkansas, the youngest person to be elected chief executive of any state since 1938, when Harold Stassen won Minnesota's gubernatorial election at age 31. In 1992, ____ became the forty-second president of the United States of America.
As a teenager, this president shook hands with President Kennedy at the White House.
This president was the Attorney General of Arkansas from 1976-78.
This president is the first left-handed president to serve two terms.
This president's biological father, ____ Jefferson Blythe, III, was killed in a car accident a few months before this president was born.
This president once said "Each generation of Americans must define what it means to be an American."
Who is this president?
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