Ronald Reagan entered presdential office at age 69 and served two full terms. Thus, he did not leave office until he was 77 years old making him the oldest American president during his term. He died at age 93. Gerald Ford on the other hand lived longer than Reagan though he also died at age 93. While Reagan was the oldest president in office, Ford lived the longest of any U.S. president.
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