Could a man, who had not attended University or even graduated from High School, become President of the United States?
What if he were a slaveholder, would that disqualify?
What if he had fought numerous duels, some of which were fatal to his opponents?
What if he lived with a woman who was married to another man at the time?
What if he had grown up fatherless (perhaps his father died 3 weeks before his birth)?
Could such a man, with such grave character flaws, become a successful President of the United States?
Well, Andrew Jackson (b.1767 to d.1845) was all of the above and did a pretty good job as 7th President of the United States supporting a limited role for the federal government.