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The President of the United States.
- ‘Potus took the limo the few hundred yards between the two planes.’
- ‘As you said the POTUS has the power to alter world economy, fast.’
- ‘The motorcade route through the district was partially lit no more than 30 minutes before POTUS drove through.’
- ‘It's great to dissent, but just bashing POTUS is ridiculous.’
- ‘Is the most likely next PM working on the special relationship with the potential next POTUS?’
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