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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The evening marked a particular historical significance: Clinton becomes the first woman to accept a major party's nomination for the presidency of the United States.
FDR's accession to the head of the Democratic Party in the 1930s allowed him to achieve the presidency of the United States at the exact time that McNutt had such similar aspirations.
RIGA -- The orange-coloured and pomaded phenomenon that is Donald Trump is continuing its march toward the Republican Party's nomination for the presidency of the United States, which can scarcely be believed.
But his comments are a reminder that famous people who choose to seek the presidency of the United States can become a prime target for any mentally unbalanced political activist who's able to lay his hands on a firearm.
After all, the presidency of the United States is not usually considered an entry-level position.
she would be seeking the Democratic nomination for the presidency of the United States, or that Marco Rubio (who?
The above words were spoken by our first African-American president upon winning the presidency of the United States.
Critique: Just when you thought every possible subject affecting the presidency of the United States has been covered, along comes professional journalist and author Mark Will-Weber to point out that no one had ever provided an historical (and detailed
If he plays it right, Republicans will score their TD and win the Super Bowl -- the presidency of the United States in 2016.
In so doing, he set a new standard for what was achievable by people of conscience in a just democracy--an example that both helped to inspire and was echoed by the election of Barack Obama to the presidency of the United States, just 14 years after Mandela was elected president of South Africa.
There would be long spells of wrangling over the next Presidency of the United States, barring a last minute land-slide.
For one of those competing for the presidency of the United States to be the black son of a white American Christian woman and of an African Muslim man, while the other is from the Mormon community, a controversial religious minority, at the very least due to its practice of polygamy, is only evidence that America is an exceptional country.
An offer like that should not be made, this isn't the presidency of the United States, it's leadership of a democratic party.
JIMMY CARTER yesterday won the presidency of the United States after a meteoric rise from obscurity and one of the closest-fought campaigns of recent history.
I wouldn't have written that book if I was going to run for the presidency of the United States," Politico quoted Perry, as saying.