Here's my personal assessment of past presidents that I remember, and whether their age mattered to their presidency.\n\nEisenhower – Was not a good politician, but was highly experienced and probably not too old\nKennedy – Too young to die. Maybe too young to keep it zipped up.\nJohnson – Highly experienced and very complex. Too hard for me to view objectively.\nNixon – Expletive Deleted. He was probably always an SOB from the day he was born.\nFord – Once he pardoned Nixon, he was a temporary caretaker president.\nCarter – Just the right age, not that it mattered.\nReagan – By his 2nd term, he was clearly developing Alzheimer's.\nBush – An experienced politician, but evidently not experienced enough. He angered all GOP by reinstating some taxes, making him a 1-term president.\nClinton – Also too young to keep it zipped up.\nW – Dumber than a sack of rocks. Was delighted when Trump unseated him as Worst President Ever.\nObama – The first black man to be president. His age had nothing to do with that.\nTrump – See Expletive Deleted (above)\nBiden – Could be both experienced & wily. So wily that he takes advantage of being underestimated.\n\nBottom line? Age may have had something to do with Kennedy, Reagan, and Clinton. But two of them were too young, not too old. Age was not an issue with the others.\n\n\nWRT Nixon, he was a Quaker, so I think something changed but I may be wrong. Not defending him but I haven't heard of Quakers being a$$holes.