What you should know about (now president-elect) Donald Trump

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Now that Donald Trump is the president-elect, here are some facts about him and how he compares to past presidents:

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The oldest: Donald Trump will be the first president of the United States to start his first term at age 70. William Henry Harrison and Ronald Reagan were both 69 when they took office.

New Yorker: Donald Trump is only the second president born in New York City. Theodore Roosevelt is the other.

Unique First Lady: Donald Trump's wife Melania will be the second first lady born outside the United States. The only other one was Lousa Adams, wife on President John Quincy Adams who was born in England. Melania Trump was born in Yugoslavia.

New to government: Donald Trump will be the fifth U.S. president who never held another elected office before becoming president. The others were Zachary Taylor, Ulysses S Grant, Herbert Hoover and Dwight Eisenhower.

Another first: Donald Trump will be the first U.S. president who has been divorced twice. Ronald Reagan is the only president who has ever been divorced.

Proud alum: Donald Trump is only the second president to graduate from the University of Pennsylvania. The first was the 9th president William Henry Harrison.

Uncommon vote: With a big win in California, Clinton is poised to win the national popular vote, but lose the electoral vote. The only other times the popular vote winner lost the electoral vote were in 1824, 1876, 1888 and finally in 2000 when Al Gore won the popular vote, but George W. Bush won the electoral vote.