No matter which one of the two leading presidential candidates wins the White House in 2024, he will be the oldest person ever elected to the job, a record President Biden set in 2020.

Both of the soon-to-be-octogenarians, Joe Biden (80) and Donald Trump (77) are now or will be surrounded by colleagues similar in age, which has become a concern for some voters who would like to see the torch passed to the next generation, as suggested by soon-to-retire Mitt Romney.

Millennials On The Rise

Millennials, who are now the largest generation in the U.S. workforce, are reaching the age where they’re old enough to run for president, which is 35. To be a senator, a person must be 30 or over …

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