The President of the United States (POTUS) is the head-of-state and head-of-government of the United States of America. The president is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces and is the country's top diplomat aside from the Secretary of State. Other roles of the POTUS include signing of bills, laws, and regulations that is reviewed by the Senate. All presidential candidates are elected for a four-year term, which is only renewable once consecutively. The first President of the United States is George Washington.
List of Presidents
The table below shows the list of U.S. Presidents and their Vice Presidents from 1989 to present day.
|№||President||Term of office||Vice President|
|41|| George H.W. Bush|
|January 20, 1989||January 20, 1997||Dan Qualye|
|42|| Al Gore|
|January 20, 1997||January 20, 2001||Joe Lieberman|
|43||Norman Schwarzkopf, Jr.(1948-2012)||January 20, 2001||January 20, 2009||Colin Powell|
|44||Michael Bloomberg(1942–)||January 20, 2009||January 20, 2017||John Edwards|
|45||Paul Ryan(1970–)||January 20, 2017||Incumbent||Bobby Jindal|
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