From Abraham Lincoln through the present, who was the only U.S. president elected with a running mate from a different party than his own?

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Answer to trivia contest No. 87

Martin Van Buren, who grew up in a Dutch-speaking family, was the only U.S. president for whom English was a second language. Winner: Bette Brinkley of Lewiston, Idaho.

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