List of fictional presidents of the United States (A–B)

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Lists of fictional Presidents of the United States
A–B C–D E–F
G–H I–J K–M
N–R S–T U–Z
Unnamed fictional presidents
Fictional presidencies of
historical figures
A–B C–D E–G
H–J K–L M–O
P–R S–U V–Z
Candidates
Vice presidents

The following is a list of fictional United States presidents, A through B.

A[edit]

President William Abbott

  • President in: Advise and Consent series, by Allen Drury
  • Speaker of the House and a Representative from Colorado.
  • Succeeds to presidency upon the assassination of President Harley Hudson.
  • Declines to run for reelection, leading to the election of either Orrin Knox (The Promise of Joy) or Edward M. Jason (Come Nineveh, Come Tyre).

President Howard T. Ackerman

President John Ackerman

President Barbara Jacqueline Adams

  • President in: Whoops Apocalypse (film, 1986)[1]
  • Played by: Loretta Swit
  • Succeeds to presidency upon death of the previous president. Her incompetence helps cause World War Three.
  • Husband owns a weapons company that deliberately instigates the third world war in order to sell arms.

President David Jefferson Adams

  • President in: Shattered Union (video game, 2005)
  • Most unpopular President in US history, he is declared the winner of the 2008 election by Congress after a tie vote
  • His administration sees increased domestic terrorism in 2010, resulting in the declaration of martial law in California in 2011
  • A sham election, perpetrated by the United States Supreme Court disqualifying several more popular candidates, results in his "reelection" in 2012.
  • Is killed, along with most of the federal government, when a nuclear bomb is detonated in Washington, D. C. during the inauguration on January 20, 2013.
  • His death directly leads to the fragmentation of the United States and the start of the Second American Civil War.

President John Fitzgerald "Jack" Adams

  • President in the 1992 novel Lucky Bastard Charles McCarry
  • Born in 1944.
  • Believes himself to be the illegitimate son of John F. Kennedy
  • Recruited by the KGB in college.
  • Wife is Morgan Adams.

President Joshua T. Adams

President Sam Adams

  • President in: The Insider by Jack Nesbit.
  • Former U.S. Representative and Senator.
  • Appointed Vice President by President Will Simpson after the assassination of his first Vice President.
  • After he is elected President it is discovered by his Chief of Staff that he was behind the death of the Vice President.

President Adler

  • President in: Jack & Bobby (TV series, 2004–2005)
  • Controversial President during the War of the Americas. Adler is criticized as a war criminal for his handling of the war and is subsequently arrested by the president of Finland during Robert McCallister's administration and charged with war crimes.

President P.J. Aimes

  • President in: The Summit (TV mini-series, 2008)
  • Conservative who attends a summit in Canada discussing an international tax and an anti-terrorism measure during his last year in office.
  • Is willing to support the tax in exchange for support on the anti-terrorism measure, but withdraws his support when terrorists demand the tax be passed.
  • Serves two terms.
  • Party: Republican.
  • Played by Christopher Plummer

President James "Jimmy" Alderdice

  • President in: E Pluribus Bang, a 1970 novel by David Lippincott.
  • Former governor of California, Alderdice's campaign slogan is "Law and Order, and Like it!"
  • Devout Christian Scientist, he refuses medical treatment for a cold he catches while being sworn into office, and dies five days later.
  • Succeeded by Vice President George Ramsey Kirk.

President David Alexander

  • President in: Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (film, 1999)
  • Vice president and became president after the mysterious death of his predecessor. He is thrown out of office for not complying with his brother's (who was actually the Antichrist) New World order.
  • Played by: Michael Biehn

President Josh Alexander

  • President in: Act of Treason and Protect and Defend by Vince Flynn[2]
  • Party: Democratic
  • Governor of Georgia
  • Married to Jillian Rautbort Alexander
  • Running mate was Mark Ross, three term Senator from Connecticut and hawkish Director of National Intelligence
  • Ross secretly orchestrated the assassination of Jillian, in order to boost the ticket's popularity in the election
  • Ross was killed the day of the inauguration by CIA Director Irene Kennedy without the knowledge of Alexander. Alexander still believes he died of a heart attack.
  • Threatened war with Iran after CIA Director Irene Kennedy was kidnapped and Iran sunk one of their own submarines and blamed it on the US.
  • Along with Chief of Staff Byrne, Alexander uses football analogies to describe his policies.
  • Secretary of Defense Brad England, Secretary of State Sunny Wicka, Secretary of the Treasury Mark Stevens, Attorney General Pete Webber, Chief of Staff Ted Byrne, National Security Advisor Frank Ozark, CIA Director Irene Kennedy, and CIA Deputy Director Chuck O'Brien.

President Mackenzie Allen

  • President in: Commander in Chief (TV series, 2005–2006)
  • Allen, the vice president under President Theodore Roosevelt "Teddy" Bridges, becomes the first female president in history after his death. She is married and has three children. Prior to becoming president, Allen was a prosecutor and congresswoman from Connecticut.
  • When the dying Bridges and the Republican Party leadership requests her resignation in favor of a "more appropriate" leader, she refuses.
  • Stated privately that her main political enemy is Speaker of the House Nathan Templeton.
  • Played by: Geena Davis
  • Party: Independent, formerly a moderate Republican

President Kathy Alton

  • President in: The Illuminati by Larry Burkett
  • Widow of Mars expedition commander, Colonel Lee Alton. Dies in office of electrocution, as a result of a hairdryer in her bathtub.
  • Party: Democratic

President Juanita Alvarez

President Rose Ambrose

  • President in: a National Lampoon article in the 1980s
  • Promiscuous young woman, she became Vice President under President O'Looney, and then President after causing him to have a fatal heart attack during sex.
  • Tired of the Presidency, President Ambrose asked her aide (and later biographer Wendy Hauser) to assassinate her. Wendy could not go through with it, but former First Lady to President O'Looney, along with many others carried out the assassination. President Ambrose is shot over 1500 times, but it is reported that a lone gunman was responsible.

President Sharon Anders

  • President in: Futurama
  • Served either President of the USA or Earth.
  • Only seen in the episode "All the Presidents' Heads".
  • By 3011, her head has been preserved inside a head in a jar at the New New York Head Museum in the "Hall of Presidents" section.
  • She is a reference to Sharon Anderson.

President Esker Scott Anderson

  • President in: The Company by John Ehrlichman, adapted as TV miniseries Washington: Behind Closed Doors.
  • Anderson is a roman à clef representation of Lyndon Baines Johnson.
  • Former Senator from Oregon, elected Vice President with President William Arthur Curry.
  • Becomes President when Curry is killed in crash of Air Force One.
  • Serves eighteen months of President Curry's term, plus one full term of his own.
  • Declines to run for a second term due to an illness.
  • Party: Democratic
  • Played by Andy Griffith

President Johnson P. Annarbor

  • President in Newsreaders
  • Served from 1889 to 1893.
  • Completely Forgotten by History.
  • First President to be elected despite losing both the popular and electoral vote.
  • Party: Republican

President Caesare Appleton

President Joseph Armando

  • President in: Mars by Ben Bova
  • Nation's first Hispanic president. Elected sometime in the early 21st century.
  • During his administration, NASA orchestrates the first manned mission to Mars.
  • Party: Democratic

President-Elect Robert Arthur

  • Elected President at the end of Manchurian Candidate (2004 film)
  • Running mate Raymond Shaw was a mind-controlled puppet of multinational corporation Manchurian Global
  • Wins against Vice President Nelson.
  • Targeted by Manchurian Global to ensure they have a man in the White House.
  • Raymond Shaw and his mother Elanor Prentiss-Shaw is killed in New York by Ben Marco.
  • FBI cover up Marco's involvement and put the blame on Manchurian Global.
  • Party: Unnamed. Implied Democratic

President Chester Z. Arthur

  • President in: Futurama
  • Either President of the U.S. or Earth.
  • Only seen in the episode "All the Presidents' Heads"
  • By 3011, his head has been preserved inside a head in a jar at the New New York Head Museum.
  • He has an immense brown unibrow.
  • Parody of Chester A. Arthur, who also resides at the Head Museum.

President Benjamin Asher

  • President in: Olympus Has Fallen and London Has Fallen.
  • Married to Margaret Asher until her death in a car accident whilst travelling to a fundraiser from Camp David. He is now the sole parent of their son, Connor Asher.
  • Kidnapped and held hostage in 2013 when North Korean terrorists take over the White House by disguising themselves as members of the South Korean delegation. Later stabbed during an altercation with the terrorist leader, but survived.
  • Captured again whilst visiting London in 2016 by terrorists loyal to Aamir Barkawi, after several coordinated bombings and attacks in the city decimated his security detail.
  • Was due to be executed on an internet livestream, but once again survived due to a joint effort of SAS, US Secret Service and US Army Delta Force personnel.
  • Secret Service codename: "Southpaw"
  • Political Party: Not mentioned, but implied to be Republican.
  • Played by: Aaron Eckhart

President Henry Ashton

  • President in: Vantage Point by William Hurt (film, 2008)
  • Secret Service codename: "Eagle"
  • The President's body double is shot during an assassination attempt in Salamanca, Spain, where he is attending a global summit on global terrorism. The actual President is kidnapped but rescued by Secret Service Agent Thomas Barnes.
  • Party: Unknown

President [Richard] Tucker Attenborough

  • President in: Shelley's Heart, a 1995 novel by Charles McCarry
  • Speaker of the House, he becomes President after the resignation of impeached President Bedford Forrest Lockwood.
  • Next in line of succession due to the death of Vice President Williston Graves.
  • His efforts resolve a Constitutional Crisis due to an election stolen by computer fraud.
  • Leaves office under the provisions of the 25th Amendment as soon as Vice President Sam Clark is confirmed by the Congress due to ill health.
  • Party: Democratic

President August

  • President in The Last Ship (TV series) (Season 1)
  • First female president.
  • Former Speaker of the House of Representatives under Barack Obama, who was elevated to the role of President after he and the Vice President succumbed to the Red Flu months before.
  • Contacts the USS Nathan James after months of radio silence during the ships mission in the Arctic, and ordered them to return to the United States if Dr. Rachel Scott had managed to synthesise a cure to the Red Flu.
  • Presumed to have died of starvation in the locked down White House bunker, which is found to be impenetrable by Nathan James sailors when they explore the building in season 2.
  • Played by Deborah May.

President Nicholas Franklin Augustine

  • President in: Acts of Mercy by Bill Pronzini and Barry N. Malzberg
  • Was a Junior Senator from California
  • Works closely with his chief domestic aide, Maxwell Harper, and Secret Service agent Christopher Justice to investigate a plot against him.
  • In the end, Augustine is revealed to have gone insane, that neither Harper nor Justice are actual people, and that all his conversations with them throughout the book have been figments of his imagination.

B[edit]

President Talcott Quincy Bailey

  • President in: 34 East by Alfred Coppel.
  • Wealthy New Englander who served as a U.S. Senator.
  • As Vice President Bailey was on his way to a summit meeting with the Soviet Deputy Premier in the Sinai Desert when his convoy was ambushed and he was captured by Terrorists.
  • While he is being taken prisoner Air Force One crashes due to the pilot having a sudden heart attack and the President is mortally wounded.
  • President Bailey is rescued just before a nuclear war was about to be launched.

President Bill Baker

  • President in: the novel Invasion by Eric L. Harry
  • Former B-movie actor, he led the United States when it was invaded by China. Shortly before the invasion he orders the conscription of all 18-24-year-old Americans, male and female.
  • Has an estranged daughter, Stephie, a soldier who was drafted into the U.S. Army.
  • Presumably based on Ronald Reagan.
  • Party: Republican

President Robert Baker

President Charles Baker

  • President in: Nightrise, a novel by Anthony Horowitz (2007)
  • He is an agent of Nightrise Corporation, the titular antagonistic force. He plans to destroy the current civilization, with the help of the Old Ones, and aims to rule the new civilization with humanity as his slaves.
  • Elected in a scandalous campaign backed by Nightrise itself.
  • He is very Republican, whereas his rival, John Trelawney, is Democratic.
  • Charles Baker successfully becomes President, and reigns for ten years in the Apocalypse, but is eventually imprisoned when the Old Ones are overthrown.

President Samuel Baker

  • President in: Favorite Son a novel by Steve Sohmer (1988); also the NBC miniseries (played by James Whitmore); also in the novel Patriots, the 1990 sequel to Favorite Son
  • Former U.S. Senator from Virginia.
  • Elected in 1984.
  • President Baker attempts to drop Vice President Daniel Eastman in favor of Texas Senator Terry Fallon as his running mate in 1988.
  • In 1991 is faced with a military coup d'état by a group of fanatical Vietnam veterans who are upset that President Baker pledges to sign a nuclear arms treaty with the Soviet Union.

President William Ballard

  • President in: Tom Clancy's Politika
  • During his administration, Russian Federation President Boris Yeltsin dies of a heart attack. A group of Russian freedom fighters attempt to spark a civil war within Russia in the hopes of overthrowing the government.
  • Injured in an assassination attempt while attending Yeltsin's funeral, but survives.
  • Party: Democratic

President John Ballentine

  • President in: The Sentinel (film 2006, novel 2003)
  • Targeted for assassination at a G8 Summit in Toronto (film)
  • Intended to divorce his wife after his term was finished (novel)
  • Secret Service code name: Classic (film), Victory (novel)
  • Played by David Rasche
  • Party: Republican

President James Ballantine

  • President in: Tom Clancy's Ghost Recon Advanced Warfighter (video game, 2006)
  • Visits Mexico City to sign the fictional North American Joint Security Agreement (NAJSA) with the Mexican President and the Canadian Prime Minister.
  • Survives an assassination and multiple kidnapping attempts in Mexico City during a coup d'état by Mexican soldiers opposed to NAJSA; rescued by the Ghosts Special Forces Team.

President Cliff Barnes

  • President in: Dallas, final episode, "Conundrum" (aired May 3, 1991)
  • In an alternate universe where J.R. Ewing had never been born, Barnes attains a successful political career, eventually becoming vice president. When the president has a stroke, Barnes attains the office and, according to "Adam", the otherworldly being who guides J.R. through this alternate world, is one of the country's greatest.
  • Played by: Ken Kercheval

President Harry Barnes

President Leo Barnett

  • President in: the Wild Cards novels
  • May have had the superhuman ability to heal injuries and diseases

President Josiah "Jed" Bartlet

President Joe Bauers (aka Not Sure)

  • President in: Idiocracy (film, 2006)
  • U.S. Army Private Joe Bauer was frozen for five hundred years, and succeeded President Camacho after being Camacho's late-term appointment as Secretary of Interior (and later Vice President), sometime after 2505. Due to a record keeping mistake, was listed in official records as first name Not, last name Sure.
  • Elected president due to success in ending nationwide famine by getting crops to grow, and for having the highest IQ on the planet.
  • Championed a mostly unsuccessful effort to revive cultural development and education.
  • Played by Luke Wilson.

President Buster Baxter

  • President in: Arthur
  • In one episode, Arthur imagines Buster President, after he keeps a grudge with Binky Barnes.
  • Played by Daniel Brochu

President Andy Bates

  • President in: Deadlands: Hell on Earth roleplaying game.
  • Known as "A-Bomb Andy" for his pro-nuclear war stance against the Confederacy.
  • Elected as Vice President in 2078, took office in 2081 when Mary Rose Tremane disappeared (in Air Force One).
  • Died on September 23, 2081, when Washington, D.C. was hit with a nuclear missile.

Acting President Fowler Beal

  • President in: 34 East, a novel by Alfred Coppel.
  • Was Speaker of the House when the President was killed in the crash of Air Force One.
  • Became acting President when Vice President Talcott Quincy Bailey was taken hostage by Arab Terrorist in the Sinai.
  • At the behest of the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Admiral Stuart Ainsworth, nearly launched a nuclear attack on the Soviet Union.

President "The Beast"

  • President: at the start of Transmetropolitan
  • Brutish amoral man, though not a complete monster, which later comes to light.
  • Dubbed "The Beast" by Spider Jerusalem, who despises him, in an editorial.
  • Subsequently, defeated in a landslide by candidate Gary Callahan.

President David Beccerra

  • President in: Tom Clancy's EndWar (video game, 2008–2009)
  • First Hispanic US President
  • During his presidency, the US launches the Freedom Star Military Space Station amid global protests.
  • A nuclear war between Iran and Saudi Arabia claims the lives of 20 million people.
  • The European Union reorganizes into the European Federation.
  • A global energy crisis causes oil prices to hit $800 a barrel, prompting Russia to remilitarize in order to protect its remaining resources.
  • The U.S. and Europe engage in an arms race.
  • World War III occurs between the U.S., Russia, and Europe.

President Tom Beck

  • President in: Deep Impact (film, 1998)
  • During his administration, much of the Eastern Seaboard was devastated by a comet impact in the Atlantic Ocean that causes a megatsunami.
  • He leads his country during the crisis and personally leads the reconstruction efforts after the second comet is destroyed.
  • Nation's first African-American president.
  • Played by: Morgan Freeman

President Raymond Becker

  • President in: The Day After Tomorrow (film, 2004)
  • Caricature of Dick Cheney
  • Played by: Kenneth Welsh
  • Former vice president, succeeds to presidency upon death of President Richard Blake, who failed to escape from Washington, D.C. to the south.
  • Opposed the evacuation of the United States in the wake of an ensuing environmental disaster out of fear for the U.S. economy.
  • Much of the U.S. is devastated by the onset of a new Ice Age that freezes most of the Northern Hemisphere.
  • Leads the government-in-exile in Mexico.
  • During his first address to the nation, he orders a nationwide search-and-rescue effort after the storms dissipate.

President Andrew Bee

  • President in: Brian Garfield's 1972 novel Line of Succession.
  • Former Congressman and Senator from California
  • Chosen by Vice President Elect Dexter Ethridge to be his Vice President should kidnapped President Elect Clifford Fairlie not be rescued.
  • Took office after Ethridge died from wounds received in terrorist bombing of US Senate, and Fairlie died during an attempted rescue mission.
  • Party: Republican

President-elect Cyrus Rutherford Beene

President Edward Bennett

  • President in: Clear and Present Danger (film, 1994) (movie only - the book's president is not named)
  • Orders a covert war against Colombian drug lords but is exposed by Jack Ryan.
  • Commonly thought to be named only in the closing credits of the movie, but a sharp sense of hearing detects a mention of the name in the movie (not mentioned in any Tom Clancy book).
  • Played by: Donald Moffat
  • Party: unnamed, but based on the book, most likely Republican

President Monroe Bennett

  • President in: Salvation (TV series, 2017)
  • Took office after nation was told President Mackenzie died while giving a televised speech
  • Played by: Sasha Roiz

President Richard Benson

  • President in: Megiddo: The Omega Code 2 (film, 1999)
  • Played by: R. Lee Ermey

President Thomas "Tug" Benson

President Joseph Emerson Benton

  • President in: Ultimatum, a book by Matthew Glass.
  • Elected in 2032 as the 48th President
  • Main character in the novel, must face an inevitable mass relocation of inhabitants of coastal and semi-arid locations as global warming encroaches upon them, while trying to negotiate a deal with the Chinese government on emissions cutbacks.
  • Party: Democratic

President William F. Berndt

  • President in: Jerry van Orsdell's 1972 novel Ragland.
  • Former U.S. Senator.
  • Dies in office from a massive heart attack.

President Matthew Bernstein

President Charles Berquist

President Berzowski (first name not given)

President Anna Bester

  • President in: John Shirley's Eclipse Trilogy
  • Also called "the American Margaret Thatcher", Bester is in office during a Third world war with Russia.
  • Towards the end of the war, Bester's administration suffers a major political scandal, when it is revealed that she had collaborated with the Second Alliance Security Corporation, a front organization for a global neo-fascist conspiracy.
  • Party: most likely Republican

President Philip Bester

President "The Big Guy"

  • President in: World War Z
  • First Black American president, of Jamaican descent
  • President of a bipartisan administration based in the new American capital of Honolulu.
  • Succeeded his predecessor who died of catatonic shock after the ill-fated Battle of Yonkers
  • After a period of relative stability in the new world, he decides to take the United States back on the offensive against 200 million zombies
  • Dies in office, is replaced by Vice President "The Wacko"

President Bill

  • An ordinary man from Takoma Park, MD who wins a lottery to become president in President Bill, A Graphic Epic by cartoonist William L. Brown.[3]

President R. Tanner Bivens

  • President in: Land of the Dead 2
  • Not much is known about him, only that he is king of the jungle.

President Hosea Blackford

President Stephen Henry Blades

  • President in: Letter 44 (comic book series, 2013– )
  • 44th President of the United States.
  • Learns upon taking office that NASA discovered alien artifact in asteroid belt seven years earlier, and that a secret manned mission has been sent out to investigate it.
  • First Lady: Isobel; son: Mark.

President Richard Blake

  • President in: The Day After Tomorrow (film, 2004)
  • Caricature of George W. Bush
  • The U.S. is devastated by a new ice age brought about by environmental instability.
  • Orders the mass evacuation of the south of the U.S. into Mexico, after cancelling all debt to Mexico in order for the Mexican Government to agree to house the surviving US and Canadian citizens.
  • Refuses to leave the White House during the snowstorm, instead still trying to get surviving people evacuated. Leaves eventually after being persuaded to evacuate to the refugee camps in Mexico.
  • Dies of hypothermia after Marine One crashes due to its wings freezing, and is succeeded by Vice President Becker.
  • Played by: Perry King

President Robert Blair

  • President in: Saint (novel)
  • Survives an assassination attempt by Johnny Drake under the identity Carl Saint.
  • Is President in 2033, 23 years after the Raison Crisis.

President George Blush

  • President in: America 2014: An Orwellian Tale (novel)
  • Fourth-term President
  • Likely a parody of George W. Bush, a real-life American president.

President John Blutarsky

  • President in: Where Are They Now? A Delta Alumni Update
  • In this follow-up to Animal House, the character Bluto has risen from his former position of Senator.
  • Played by John Belushi

President Donald Blythe

  • President in: House of Cards
  • Acting President after attempted assassination of President Frank Underwood
  • Signs Presidential Incapacitation Certificate in Chapter 43; Underwood declares himself fit and is reinstated in Chapter 45
  • Democrat

President Bolton

  • President in: ABC's 2013 miniseries Last Resort
  • Orders a nuclear attack on Pakistan during his impeachment.
  • Assassinated after a failed attempt to remove him from office by the Military.

President Andrew Boone

  • President in: Swing Vote (film, 2008)
  • Incumbent in the middle of re-election
  • Played by Kelsey Grammer
  • Party: Republican

President Robert L. Booth

  • President in: Judge Dredd in 2000 AD comic
  • Booth was the last President of the United States.
  • Triggered the Third World War in 2070. He was deposed and sentenced to 100 years.

President Borman

  • President in: Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, episode "AKA Superman" (1997)
  • Former President who put the Annihilator Satellite in orbit, but Congress cancelled funding before it could be activated.
  • Defeated for re-election by President Garner.

President Marion Bosworth

President Marge Bouvier

  • President in: The Simpsons' "The Last Temptation of Homer" episode
  • Native of Springfield.
  • Marge Bouvier would have been president had she not married Homer; her presidency is shown in a vision to Homer by his guardian angel. She seems to have high approval ratings.

President David Bowers

President Andrew Bradford

  • President in: The Second Lady, a novel by Irving Wallace
  • Set during the depths of the Cold War, First Lady Billie Bradford, is kidnapped by the KGB and replaced with a Soviet agent who has been surgically altered and specially trained to temporarily take her place in the international spotlight – and in the President's bed. Through her, the USSR hopes to discover an American secret that could tip the balance of global power in favor of the Soviet Union.
  • Party: Democratic

President Bradley

  • President in: the Simulations Publications Inc. board game War in the Ice
  • In 1991 war breaks out between the U.S. and the Soviet Union in Antarctica.
  • Defeated for re-election in 1992 largely because of the war.

President Mike Brady

  • President in: The Brady Bunch in the White House (TV movie, 2003)
  • Native of California with no political experience, Vice President Brady assumed the presidency after the resignation of President Lawrence Randolph. Brady then chose his wife Carol to be his vice president. Brady has six children (three of his own, and three stepdaughters from Carol Brady's previous marriage).
  • Played by: Gary Cole

President Daniel Brand

  • President in Amerika, an ABC TV Mini-Series.
  • Elected in 1988 over Senator Christopher Winthrop and Congressman Devin Milford.
  • President of the United States after the U.S. was crippled by a surprise Soviet EMP Attack, and agreed to disarmament.
  • Party: Democratic

President Daniel Brandenburg

  • President in: Michael P. Kube-McDowell's 1988 novel Alternities.
  • Wins election in 1976 by defeating Republican incumbent Roland Maxwell and Democratic Party nominee Mike Mansfield.
  • As president, Brandenburg personally oversees response to an incursion by people from an alternate timeline.
  • Party: National

President Branford

  • President in: Jack & Bobby
  • Attempted to bring the War of the Americas to an end.

President Susan Brayden

President Breckinridge

  • President in: Megiddo: Omega Code 2 (film, 1999)
  • Former Secretary of State to President Richard Benson, and President David Alexander.
  • Declares himself President when President Alexander is framed for his father's murder.

President Henry Brendan

  • President in: Falseface, by Marilyn Sharpe.
  • Vice President to President Benjamin Riker, who is killed in a skiing accident which turns out to have been an assassination.
  • President Brendan is targeted for assassination at a Shuttle Launch but is saved by a pair of spies.

President Howard Brewster

  • President in: Brian Garfield's 1972 novel Line of Succession.
  • Defeated for re-election by Clifford Fairlie.
  • When Fairlie is abducted on a goodwill mission in Spain, and Fairlie's Vice President-Elect is killed as a result of a terrorist bombing of the Senate, Brewster attempts to remain in office.
  • Line of succession is restored by Vice President Elect Dexter Ethridge's decision to choose Congressman Andrew Bee as his Vice President should Fairlie not be rescued.
  • Party: Democratic

President Breyer

President Bricker

President Teddy Bridges

  • President in: Commander-in-Chief
  • Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt Bridges is governor of California and vice president before becoming president. His vice president is Mackenzie Allen, who becomes the first female president after he dies.
  • On his deathbed after brain surgery, he asks Allen to step aside in favor of a "more appropriate" successor. He later dies, and Allen succeeds him.
  • Played by: Will Lyman
  • Party: Republican

President Hawley Briggs

  • President in: The Red President by Martin Gross.
  • Former U.S. Air Force General and Senator from Arkansas.
  • Appointed Vice President by President Jed Hankins.
  • Became President when President Hankins was assassinated by his Pro-Soviet Chief of Staff.
  • Forced the Soviets to back down during a crisis shortly afterwards.
  • Party: Democratic

President Bristol

  • President in: the novel I, Martha Adams, by Pauline Glen Winslow.
  • Former left wing U.S. Senator.
  • Vice President during a Soviet nuclear attack that destroys U.S. Strategic Forces.
  • Becomes President after the U.S. surrender and the resignation of President Carmody.

President-elect Phil Bristol

  • President in Protect and Defend by Eric L. Harry (No relation to the book by Richard North Patterson)
  • Bristol is the governor of California who won the presidency but iss assassinated by anarchists at the Willard Hotel prior to his inauguration. He is succeeded by Gordon Davis.
  • Party: Republican

President Henry Parker Britland III

  • President in My Gal Sunday by Mary Higgins Clark.
  • Former U.S. Senator from New Jersey.
  • Elected President at the age of thirty five, and serves two terms.
  • After he leaves office, marries a reporter turned U.S. Representative.

President Wyndom Brody

President Roy Bromwell

  • President in: Rival Schools: United By Fate
  • Shown in Roy's ending in the game, as a flash forward set 20 years after the events of the game (where Roy is only in high school).
  • Roy's high school classmate Tiffany is shown in the sequence as the First Lady.

President John Broward

  • President in: the 2000 Twilight role-playing game.
  • Former Governor of Arkansas who appointed himself to the U.S. Senate, and was elected President by that body.
  • World War Three breaks out in 1995, and on Thanksgiving Day 1997 nuclear strikes take place in the U.S. The President and those in line of succession are killed in the exchange.
  • President Broward takes office after congress regroups after the attack, but the U.S. military does not recognize the legality.

President Abraham Brown

  • President in: The Music Master of Babylon by Edgar Pangborn (1954)
  • In 2020, successfully guides the country through the terrible experience of a Second Civil War, in the course of which nuclear weapons are used and large parts of New York City destroyed. Lives to a great old age in retirement, long enough to see the world devastated in "The Final War" of 2070. In the aftermath, Brown's hometown of Newburgh, New York becomes the center of a short-lived "North American Soviet", whose members arrest the old ex-president and torture him to death. After the fall of that regime, the dead President is revered by survivors as "a martyr who gave his life for the people". Gradually, with few records left from before the worldwide destruction, Brown's memory is conflated with that of Jesus Christ as well as Abraham Lincoln and the Biblical Abraham, to create the divine figure of "Abraham" whose worship is the basis of "The Holy Murkan Church" in Pangborn's later novel Davy.

President Paul Buckingham

  • President in Deterrence (film, 2000)
  • Vice President Buchanan resigns during his term.
  • Warns China against military action in 2007.
  • Dies in office in October 2007, succeeded by appointed Vice President Walter Emerson.
  • Played by: James Handy in the opening credits.

President John Robert Burgess

  • President in: The Talbott Agreement, a 1968 novel by Richard M. Garvin and Edmond G. Addeo.
  • Widower and former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania.
  • In 1969 planned with Russia to invade China in 1972.

President Hugo Burlap

  • President in: the 1986 film Whoops Apocalypse.
  • Former circus clown from Cleveland, Ohio.
  • Dies in office after a reporter hits him in the stomach at President Burlap's request to show how fit he is.
  • Leaves big shoes to fill.

President Burns

  • President in: The Outer Limits episode "Trial by Fire".

President Clint Bushton

President Butler

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Whoops Apocalypse". IMDB. Retrieved 2007-12-02. Loretta Swit ... President Barbara Adams 
  2. ^ Flynn, Vince (2006). Act of Treason. ISBN 0-7432-7037-1. The motorcade of presidential candidate Josh Alexander had been hit by a car bomb. ... They turned out in record numbers on election day, and Josh Alexander and Mark Ross were swept into office by a landslide. ... 
  3. ^ President Bill by William L. Brown
  4. ^ "David Petraeus stars in new Call of Duty: Blacks Ops II". The Daily Telegraph. November 14, 2012. Retrieved December 14, 2015. 
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