President of the United States

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the person who holds the office of head of state of the United States government

the office of the United States head of state

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In life, Kennedy presented an image of healthful vigour, but "his ailments were legion," says Barbara Perry of the University of Virginia's Miller Centre, which studies the American presidency. Among them: Addison's disease, crippling back pain, colitis - not to mention a physician nicknamed "Dr Feelgood" who prescribed the president amphetamines.
Trump's policy is blackmail THE bully who now occupies the American presidency threatens withdrawal from the Palestinians the substantial American financial aid without which their survival as a nation is placed in jeopardy.
One day, the bureau staff was invited to a dinner held by a candidate for the American presidency. He and his wife were hosting a prime minister and some of the members of that leader's cabinet.
OVER the years I have often thought that the American presidency was the laughing stock of the world.
 On that day he said, "I call upon the officials of the Government, and upon the people of the United States, to observe the day by displaying the flag of the United States on public buildings and by meeting together for such prayers and such ceremonies as may seem to them appropriate," according to the  (http://www.presidency.ucsb.edu/ws/?pid=16046) official website of the American Presidency Project .
In spite of eight years of an African American presidency, colour and ethnic pressures appear to be worsening.
Building on previous theories of the American presidency, which explain that presidents almost universally seek to maximize their power, (5) this article argues that the tendency for presidents to expand their power has implications for party ideology evolution.
Hillary Clinton was a shoo-in for the American presidency, if only because she would have been the first woman to win the presidency.
He is not just an individual vying for the American presidency; he has come to represent a mentality, which is gaining strength all across the West.
He also told me he hopes his friend Hillary Clinton makes a full recovery as she battles pneumonia, and slammed her rival for the American presidency, Donald Trump.
Backing her bid for the American presidency, the rock icon has also spoken out against her rival Donald Trump.
Republic of Spin: An Inside History of the American Presidency is about the dizzying spin of politics and political process in America, and provides an intriguing survey that considers not just politicians, but how journalists, advertising, social scientists and business have joined to create image in American issues and candidacies.
POLITICIAN John Fitzgerald Kennedy announced he would run for the American presidency. Senate majority leader Lyndon Johnson was his running mate and his Republican rival was Richard Nixon.
He has remained a TV favourite with Fitzgerald Kennedy announced he would run for the American presidency. Senate majority leader Lyndon Johnson was his running mate and his Republican rival was Richard Nixon.
In addition to his role at Teneo, Rollins is the senior presidential fellow at Hofstra University's Centre for the Study of the American Presidency in New York and works for Fox News as a senior political analyst.
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