POTUS


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POTUS

abbr.
President of the United States

POTUS

(ˈpəʊtəs)
n acronym for
(in the US) President of the United States
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You know, master, that the secret of keeping well, according to Hippocrates; id est: cibi, potus, somni, venus, omnia moderata sint ."
The acronyms that have found their way onto cable news shows date back to the late 19th century, when POTUS and SCOTUS (Supreme Court of the United States) were used as telegraph codes, according to Merriam-Webster.
On December 20, he handed over his resignation letter to POTUS, suggesting that Trump had the right to have a defence secretary "whose views are better aligned with yours on these and other subjects", without specifying the exact reason for his abrupt decision.
The tweet came a day after May criticized POTUS for retweeting anti-Muslim videos from a far-right British group.
Though Siddiqui has met various leaders and officials over this time, the meeting with POTUS was necessary for the diplomat to carry out his duties and meet notables as the Pakistani ambassador.
The IPM probably told the POTUS that the decision has been deferred to 2022, when India will celebrate 75 years of Independence.
"In an impromptu interaction at G20 Summit, POTUS waves to the PM, walks to him, other leaders gather around.
This biography describes President Carter's life from his early years through his education, military service, his peanut farm business, and his political career, from state senator in 1962, governor of Georgia in 1970, and later POTUS. Author Dorothy Padgett, organizer of CarterAEs Peanut Brigade presidential campaign, gives insider details on his 1975 campaign for president, noting that election laws limited campaign funding and he campaigned on only a small amount of money compared to later presidential campaigns.
Political messages are also all the rage, (particularly since Donald Trump has become POTUS) and Topshop and Boohoo.com have a great selection featuring sassy feminist slogans.
I believe that whomever we elect as POTUS deserves our respect and prayers, especially our prayers, no matter how we offer them.
"With this in mind, why don't I hear a massive chorus of evangelical Christians--especially the 81 percent of Christians who voted for Trump calling the POTUS to task?"
In a news report following the inauguration of the controversial 45th POTUS, President Trump appears to be wrapping up show-and-tell at the White House, gesturing towards a framed panorama picture of amorous inauguration crowds--or are they?