Should there be an age limit for presidents? | The Tylt
The Constitution famously requires the presidents to be at least 35 years old, but do we need an age limit as well? At age 70, Donald Trump is the oldest president in American history, and the job is exponentially larger than it was when the founders first devised it—so much so that many historians think it's too much responsibility for one person. But others say an age limit would be prejudicial; age brings wisdom, and youth doesn't guarantee health or vitality. What do you think?
Should there be an age limit for presidents?
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