The Senate shall choose their other Officers, and also a President pro tempore, in the Absence of the Vice-President, or when he shall exercise the Office of President of the United States
Calculating upon the aversion of the people to monarchy, they have endeavored to enlist all their jealousies and apprehensions in opposition to the intended President of the United States
; not merely as the embryo, but as the full-grown progeny, of that detested parent.
To have pleased you, to have interested you, to have won your friendship, and perhaps your love, through my stories, is to my mind as great an achievement as to become President of the United States
. Indeed, I would much rather be your story-teller, under these conditions, than to be the President.
The President of the United States
is impeachable at any time during his continuance in office.
"Go and propose it to the President of the United States
," cried J.
Archer's gaze, wandering away to the blank walls of the office, rested on a hanging calendar surmounted by the rugged features of the President of the United States
. That such a conversation should be going on anywhere within the millions of square miles subject to his rule seemed as strange as anything that the imagination could invent.
John Adams, the second President of the United States
and the equal of crowned kings, was once a schoolmaster and country lawyer.
They said they would rather be outlaws a year in Sherwood Forest than President of the United States
He accordingly made an informal overture to the President of the United States
Some days after its delivery I sent a copy of my address to the President of the United States
, the Hon.
Ten years before there had been in Chicago a strike of a hundred and fifty thousand railroad employees, and thugs had been hired by the railroads to commit violence, and the President of the United States
had sent in troops to break the strike, by flinging the officers of the union into jail without trial.
* Theodore Roosevelt, President of the United States
a few years prior to this time, made the following public declaration: "A more liberal and extensive reciprocity in the purchase and sale of commodities is necessary, so that the overproduction of the United States can be satisfactorily disposed of to foreign countries." Of course, this overproduction he mentions was the profits of the capitalist system over and beyond the consuming power of the capitalists.