Alessandra Maria Mandrini (January 8, 2015 - August 19, 2129) was an American political activist, historian, and author who served as the 50th President of the United States from 2052 until 2060. At the time of her election, she was the youngest person to be elected president of the United States, as well as the first independent to be elected president since George Washington. Mandrini was also the first Italian-American to be elected president of the United States.
Mandrini was born in Newark, New Jersey on January 8, 2015. Her father was a local politician who served on the Newark City Council, and her mother was a successful banker. In 2033, Mandrini enrolled in Stanford University, which she graduated from in 2037. After graduation, she became an active historian, author, and political activist, and taught American history at Harvard University from 2040 to 2048. In 2049, Mandrini recieved national attention with her book The Establishment, which criticized the political establishment and called for wide-reaching reform.
In 2052, Mandrini launched her own presidential bid as an independent. In one of the biggest upsets in American history, she won the election in a landslide, becoming the first independent to be elected president since George Washington and the first Italian-American to be elected president. During Mandrini's first term, she signed many landmark bills and enacted wide-reaching reform,
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Alessandra Maria Mandrini was born on January 8, 2015 at Columbus Hospital in Newark, New Jersey. She was the second president to have been born in New Jersey, and the second to be elected from the state. Her mother,