No matter who wins the elections in the United States, liberals or conservatives, the person who enters the White House won’t be the same when they leave the Oval Office for the last time. Being president is perhaps the single most important job in the country, which means that normal workplace stress for these people extends far beyond what we’re used to. It is a fact that stress ages people. These 10 presidents prove that aging happens a lot faster in the White House.
1. Abraham Lincoln took over the role of president in 1861 at the age of 52.