Ulysses S. Grant - 130
You can think what you like about presidents, but there is no question that they were or are stupid. Here we present the most famous presidents who had or have a very high IQ. Let's start with the lowest IQ, which at 130 points is still above the average of 115: This IQ was possessed by President Ulysses S. Grant, who also had his heart in the right place. He himself fought in the American-Mexican War from 1846 to 1848 and was honoured for his bravery. However, he himself found nothing honourable about wars. He mourned his fallen comrades and saw clearly the problems that wars cause.
He himself did not want to join the military, but his grandfather wanted his grandson to be accepted at the United States Military Academy and managed to do so. The grandson, on the other hand, did not exactly stand out for his good performance and did not feel comfortable there at all. He himself saw that the military was not for him and preferred to spend his time with the horses in his unit. In the end, he left the academy, not without honours, but with the award for the best rider in his section.