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President of the United States




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40th President of the United States



Ronald Wilson Reagan (February 6, 1911 – June 5, 2004) was the 40th President of the United States (1981–1989) and the 33rd Governor of California (1967–1975). Born in Illinois, Reagan moved to Los Angeles in the 1930s, where he became an actor, president of the Screen Actors Guild (SAG), and a spokesman for General Electric. His start in politics occurred during his work for G.E.; originally a member of the Democratic Party, he switched to the Republican Party in 1962. After delivering a rousing speech in support of Barry Goldwater's presidential candidacy in 1964, he was persuaded to seek the California governorship, winning two years later and again in 1970.

In 1968, Governor Reagan instructed the counterculture icon Brother Power to be launched into outer space so he would no longer pollute the minds of America's youth. [1] He was defeated in his run for the Republican presidential nomination in 1968 as well as 1976, but won both the nomination and election in 1980.

As president, Ronald Reagan was manipulated by G. Gordon Godfrey, alias Glorious Godfrey, into outlawing all super-hero activity in the United States. Superman was one of the few heroes who abided by this presidential edict. [2]



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Ronald Reagan, in unidentified film footage used on Muppet Babies

Ronald Reagan (1911-2004) was an actor, Governor of California from 1967 to 1975, and the 40th President of the United States of America from 1981 to 1989. His film career included key roles in Dark Victory, This Is the Army, and Knute Rockne, All American.

Stock footage of Reagan, from his movie days, appeared in the Muppet Babies episode "The Transcontinental Whoo-Whoo," intercut during the babies' funny face contest.

In the fourth season Farscape episode "Kansas," John Crichton arrives back on Earth in 1985, and hears an audio transmission, which quotes President Reagan's concerns over the situation in Nicaragua.

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No, not a panel from Shortpacked!.

The President of the United States is a character in several Transformers stories.


Generation One

Marvel Comics

Optimus Prime met with the President on the lawn of the White House to ask for peace, sort out an understanding, and perhaps form an alliance. Their handshake was cut short by an attack from the Insecticons, who attempted to sabotage the union by claiming to be Autobots. The Autobots forced the Insecticons into retreat but left immediately themselves, deciding that the President wouldn't believe they were framed. To the contrary, the President did give the Autobots the benefit of the doubt -- until, that is, they left without an explanation.

(Note: The President of the United States refers to Optimus Prime as a "lorry," which is what they call trucks in England, but not in America. None of the kids who read Marvel UK comics probably noticed, in writer Simon Furman's defense.)

(Another note: This story, from the 1985 UK Annual, is generally held to not be canon to the main comics, including as it does several contradictions to later (and former) events in the stories (most notably the Insecticons' origins).)

Shifty General Guy totally steals the scene from George Bush-as-played-by-Dana Carvey.

Years later, the next President was alarmed when a Decepticon civil war erupted near New York City and threatened to hurt innocents. He asked G.B. Blackrock to call his Neo-Knights into action.

Dreamwave Comics


Prime Directive

The President flew to the Pentagon, where he was greeted by Defense Minister Dawson. Dawson briefed him on the Decepticon assault on San Francisco, and suggested an air strike. But before a military solution could be devised, Dawson was informed that a nuclear launch had been authorized (by General Robert Hallo, unbeknownst to either man). The President tried to abort the launch, to no avail. During this crisis, he displayed a level of concern that could only be adequately portrayed by Pat Lee's unique command of facial expressions.

Keepers Trilogy

Associated Characters

The Vice-President

The Vice-President is the President's attack dog. He goes to pick up Allister Greaves in person after his spy in the Executive office is revealed.

Greaves isn't much impressed by the Vice-President, he has too many skeletons in his closet. Greaves threatens to release documentation of the Vice-President's tryst with a minor girl in Topeka to the media. The Vice-President dis-involves himself from further direct contact with Greaves.


John is the Secretary of State. He is one of the President's confidantes in his plan to kidnap General Michelle Grajkowski and frame her for the attack on the Autobots.


Bill is the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs. He, along with John, are the President's confidantes in his plan to frame General Michelle Grajkowski.


Elisa is the President of the United State's secretary. She speaks several languages, and always answers the phone with a different accent. A member of the Followers, she sectetly gives Edmund Greaves information about goings-on in the Executive Office.

When Greaves requested information about the Keepers, Elisa promised to send him a synopsis of the upcoming cabinet meeting about them, and then requested Greaves try to remove the Followers agents from Las Vegas, which she felt had become too dangerous. He agreed to try.

The President became aware of Elisa's 'second job,' and when she called Greaves to warn him that the attack on Las Vegas had been pushed up, she was killed. A CIA agent informed Greaves the President very much wanted to speak with him, and a car was being sent.

Elisa's death shook Greaves badly, and was one of his prime motivations to go public with the Followers.

Elisa is probably the source of at least some of the blackmail material Greaves has on the President and the Vice President.


Susan replaced Elisa as the President of the United State's secretary. An unattractive woman with a tough-as-nails attitude, she takes her job as the President's gatekeeper very seriously, once refusing to let the Secretary of State through because he hadn't phoned ahead for an appointment.

Susan may be based on the character Deborah Fiderer from the TV show The West Wing.

Unicron Trilogy

Cybertron cartoon

Voice actor: ? (US), Mariko Takigawa (Japan)
Note: The President was never named.
Beat you to it, Alexis.

Yes, she is a girl.

The President knew about the Transformers during Colonel Franklin's investigation of them. Shortly before the landslide at Boulder, Colorado, Six-Speed was pulled over by the police, he used a hologram of the President to disguise his lack of a driver. Naturally, seeing the leader of the free world at the wheel of a tiny green race car totally freaked the cops out, and the Mini-Con was able to drive off in the confusion. Collapse

Much later, the President officially named Franklin as Earth's ambassador to Cybertron. Beginning

Transformers (2007)

Being leader of the free world means you can wear red socks without remorse.

The President seems almost insignificant during the Decepticon invasion, with Secretary of Defense John Keller pretty much running the show. Mostly, he wears red socks, has a penchant for Ding Dongs and speaks with a cheesy southwestern accent and stereotypical dialect ("Can you wrangle me up some Ding Dongs, darlin'?"). He also seems unconcerned with tiny, crazy robots hacking into the computers of his ride—that is, until he's thrown in a bunker somewhere after the resulting emergency landing. He ordered Sector 7 to be terminated and the remains of the dead Decepticons disposed of into the Laurentian Abyss.M! — He may be based off George W. Bush, or may in fact be the President himself, as his face is never shown, and the voice sounds similar, which is ironic as Bush focused on battling terrorists during both terms.

Titan Magazines

Following Decepticon occupation, the President is dead and John Keller nowhere to be found; the hawkish Vice President, Theodore F. Allen, became the new President following the liberation of America. Allen distrusts both Autobot and Decepticon, viewing them both as hostile alien invaders using Earth as a battleground for their war, so it would probably piss him off considerably to know Starscream's Insecticons have planted a mind-controlling cerebro-strip in his head. Transformers Comic issue 14 Transformers Comic issue 15

Revenge of the Fallen film

While perhaps even more insignificant than in the previous invasion, it is notable that the President at this time is Barack Obama, rather than a parody of The President. He is reported by name as being moved to a bunker, and can be seen in flashes speaking to the public at The Fallen speaks on the hacked television broadcast. He has no direct physical appearance, but is noted for sending National Security Advisor Galloway who questioning the need for the Autobots, as well as giving him authority to supposedly temporarily shut down NEST after The Fallen's broadcast.


  • The President never appeared in the original animated series, but he did have a cameo in Inhumanoids, one of Transformers "sister series" produced by Sunbow and arguably set in the same continuity. Appearing only as a voice from offscreen speaking to his aides in The Surma Plan in 1986, the President of the United States was a soft-spoken man concerned about the future but full of faith in the better nature of humanity. He was portrayed by voice actor Neil Ross, also a great communicator.


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