Think you know political trivia? Test your knowledge and check out all of the "This Week" Powerhouse Puzzlers. Click through to view the questions and watch the videos to reveal the answers.
|January 19, 2014|
Who was the only president whose first language was not English?
BONUS: Which language was his first language?
|February 9, 2014|
Which actor has played a U.S. President – real or fictional – four times?
|February 16, 2014|
Which president’s inauguration was held in the Senate chambers due to a blizzard?
|February 23, 2014|
Who is the only Ukrainian to ever win the gold medal in Olympic women’s individual figure skating?
|March 2, 2014|
Who is the only U.S. president to head a labor union?
BONUS: Which labor union was it?
|March 16, 2014|
Colin Powell’s appointment as Joint Chiefs chairman marked three milestones for a person named to that job. Name two.
|March 23, 2014|
|April 13, 2014|
Who are the only TWO future presidents to sign the Constitution?
BONUS: Who was the oldest person to sign the Constitution?
|April 20, 2014|
What four words are written above the main entrance to the Supreme Court Building?
|April 27, 2014|
On September 2, 1945, Japan formally surrendered to the Allies aboard what American battleship?
|May 18, 2014|
What did President George H.W.Bush say was his biggest mistake in the White House?
|May 25, 2014|
Jon Voight played a U.S. senator in what 2004 movie?
|June 1, 2014|
See if you can spell the word that Merriam-Webster defines as the "scientific study of elections"
|June 22, 2014|
Which President first nominated Justice Sonia Sotomayor to the federal bench?
|July 13, 2014|
Which Cleveland team won a championship in 1964? And who was their opponent?
|July 27, 2014|
Who was the first sitting president to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame?
|August 10, 2014|
Who is the celebrity on Nixon's enemies list who joined Instagram this week?
|September 21, 2014|
The Constitution was moved to what location after the bombing of Pearl Harbor?
|November 2, 2014|
Name the politician who represented both New Hampshire and Massachusetts in Congress.
|November 9, 2014|
Which American musician performed the biggest concert in the history of East Germany?