“An interesting effort to interpret the President to British readers in the form of biography has been made by H.W. Harris in _President W.lson: His Problems and His Policy_ (1917).”
“The senate committee, meanwhile, reported in favor of the title of _His Highness the President of the United States of America, and Protector of their Liberties_; but they did not press the matter, as the inauguration had taken place in the meantime, and the house had addressed the chief magistrate, in reply to his inaugural address, simply as _President of the United States_.”
“A little over one minute into President Hu’s speech, she began yelling, ’President Hu, your days are numbered!’”
“That would be a sharp contrast to the ostentatious partying at the flashy Fouquet's restaurant after his election four years ago, something which immediately lost him popularity and earned him the nickname "President Bling-Bling.”
“Perhaps not coincidentally, when spoken, FATCA sounds a lot like "fat cat", a word President Obama used to describe wealthy U.S. persons who were illegally avoiding their tax obligations.”
“I wonder if the Obama team has figured out that August is when the Republican machine destroys Democratic candidates, and if Obama doesn't fight back, then on November 5th he can wonder how the term President McCain rolls off his tongue.”
“What if that kind of action is "disproportionate" -- to use the term President Bush used to characterize Russia's reaction to the Georgia initiative in South Ossetia.?”
“Clearly the framers used the term President to define the ‘leader of the nation,’ why would the term be interpreted as different for the Senate.”
“KING: How does it make you feel when you hear the term President Barack Obama?”
“Or at least a word President Barack Obama no longer feels comfortable saying.”
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