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Did any United States president ever get a divorce?
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did any united states president get divorce in office?
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Past President Ronald Reagan is the only United States president to ever have divorced. He married fellow actress Jane Wyman on January 24, 1940 and they had three children before they divorced in 1948.
This was many years before he was elected president.
Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 - June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981?1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967?1975). Reagan was born and raised in Illinois and moved to California in the 1930s. Before entering politics, he was a successful Hollywood and television actor, President of the Screen Actors Guild, and a spokesman for General Electric. Previously a lifelong Democrat, Reagan became a conservative Republican in 1962. During his work for General Electric Theatre, he began to articulate the basic moral and political themes that would carry him into the California Governorship, which he won in 1966, and the Presidency of the United States. He narrowly lost a bid for the Republican presidential nomination in 1976 before winning the Presidency in 1980.
As President, Reagan is credited with revitalizing America's economy and morale after a period of political setbacks and economic stagflation with high interest rates. Following an attempt on his life early in his presidency, Reagan implemented large large tax cuts, resulting in economic growth and a significant reduction in inflation and unemployment.  He believed in a strong national defense, and supported increases in military spending.  Reagan survived several scandals during his Presidency, the most infamous being the Iran-Contra Affair in 1986. In foreign affairs, Reagan rejected d?tente and actively confronted communism and the Soviet Union. He negotiated with Mikhail Gorbachev to shrink both countries' nuclear arsenals and bring a peaceful end to the Cold War. Reagan's supporters credit him with hastening the collapse of the Soviet Union, and helping to bring down the Berlin Wall. 
After leaving office, Reagan wrote a best-selling autobiography, An American Life. In 1994, Reagan disclosed that he had been afflicted with Alzheimer's Disease, and died ten years later, in 2004, at the age of ninety-three. After a major state funeral in Washington, D.C., Reagan was laid to rest in California. He is the second longest-lived president in U.S. history, 45 days behind Gerald Ford. Academics and historians rate Reagan among the top twelve American presidents, although he is ranked higher in several public opinion surveys.