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18th Apr '17 5:19:51 PM kazokuhouou
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* Zexion was elected governor of Pennsylvania in ''Webcomic/AnsemRetort''. So far, he's stolen tax dollars to finance his best friend's wedding (just to prove he can) and invaded New Jersey. (Granted, he's only a lesser office, not President. ''Yet.'')
** In a more recent season, he sold New Mexico back to Mexico for the right of all US citizens to have [[LatinLover sexy Latino names]]. His is Guillermo del Zexiero lo Marquis.

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* Zexion was elected governor of Pennsylvania in ''Webcomic/AnsemRetort''. So far, he's He's stolen tax dollars to finance his best friend's wedding (just to prove he can) and invaded New Jersey. (Granted, he's only a lesser office, not President. ''Yet.'')
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In a more recent later season, he sold New Mexico back to Mexico for the right of all US citizens to have [[LatinLover sexy Latino names]]. His is Guillermo del Zexiero lo Marquis. Ironically, he once tried to run for president, but gave up because the people started ''agreeing'' with his crazy policies, thereby making it no fun anymore.
-->'''Zexion:''' I will kill anyone who supports death panels!
-->'''The people:''' YAAAAAAAAAY!
-->'''Zexion:''' The hell is the matter with you people?
16th Apr '17 6:04:43 AM Morgenthaler
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See also TheCaligula, which is this trope turned UpToEleven, ''sans'' the Democracy. [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent A Different sort of President.]] Not to be confused with [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Hoss Delgado]]'s appearance in the fictional [[ShowWithinAShow video game within a show]] ''President Evil,'' or with the actual video game series ''Franchise/ResidentEvil''.

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See also TheCaligula, which is this trope turned UpToEleven, ''sans'' the Democracy. [[OurPresidentsAreDifferent A Different sort of President.]] Not to be confused with [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Hoss Delgado]]'s appearance in ]] If it's a super''hero'' who rules a country, see PresidentSuperhero. If the fictional [[ShowWithinAShow video game within a show]] ''President Evil,'' or with the actual video game series ''Franchise/ResidentEvil''.
supervillain not only rules over others, but rules ''because'' of their superpowers, see SuperSupremacist.



If the president evil has the same name as a real life president or is an {{Expy}} of a real life president, then this is {{Demonization}}.

If it's a super''hero'' who rules a country, see PresidentSuperhero.

For very obvious reasons, no matter how tempting (especially as of 2017) it may seem, Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease

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Not to be confused with [[WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy Hoss Delgado]]'s appearance in the fictional [[ShowWithinAShow video game within a show]] ''President Evil,'' or with the actual video game series ''Franchise/ResidentEvil''.

If the president evil has the same name as a real life president or is an {{Expy}} of a real life president, then this is {{Demonization}}.

If it's a super''hero'' who rules a country, see PresidentSuperhero.

{{Demonization}}. For very obvious reasons, no matter how tempting (especially as of 2017) it may seem, Administrivia/NoRealLifeExamplesPlease
16th Apr '17 5:51:44 AM Morgenthaler
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* In ''ComicBook/{{Zombo}}'', Creator/DonaldTrump is president of Earth, and when he isn't an unholy spawn of George Bush and Ronald Reagan, he runs the planet like ''Series/TheApprentice''. Also, he [[KickTheDog shredded a puppy]].

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* In ''ComicBook/{{Zombo}}'', ''ComicBook/{{Zombo}}'':
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Creator/DonaldTrump is president of Earth, and when he isn't an unholy spawn of George Bush and Ronald Reagan, he runs the planet like ''Series/TheApprentice''. Also, he [[KickTheDog [[BadPeopleAbuseAnimals shredded a puppy]].puppy]].
** There's also Shadow President Jason Van Satan. [[CardCarryingVillain It's all right there in the name]].
11th Apr '17 2:41:42 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': [[BigBad Palpatine]] was one of these as [[TheFederation Chancellor]]. It is generally implied that, to the public at large as well as to the Jedi and the Senate, Palpatine is an excellent Chancellor -- friendly, experienced, competent, professional, diplomatic and wise -- who just happened to inherit a Republic that is rife with corruption and on the verge of civil war. Secretly, though, he is Darth Sidious, the Dark Lord of the Sith, the instigator of much of this corruption and the ''mastermind'' behind the impending civil war and controlling both factions in public and private, which gives him an excuse to turn the Republic into a 'de facto'' dictatorship for reasons of "galactic security", then provoking the Jedi into attempting to arrest or kill him in order to carry out a purge against their Order, install himself as Emperor, and establish the evil, totalitarian Galactic Empire. The Expanded Universe delves deeper into his evil while Chancellor and implies or outright shows him (usually as Sidious) arranging assassinations, ordering atrocities, framing innocent parties, manipulating and corrupting people, and committing a laundry list of other crimes in pursuit of his sinister agenda

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* ''Franchise/StarWars'': [[BigBad Palpatine]] was one of these as [[TheFederation Chancellor]]. It is generally implied that, to the public at large as well as to the Jedi and the Senate, Palpatine is an excellent Chancellor -- friendly, experienced, competent, professional, diplomatic and wise -- who just happened to inherit a Republic that is rife with corruption and on the verge of civil war. Secretly, though, he is Darth Sidious, the Dark Lord of the Sith, the instigator of much of this corruption and the ''mastermind'' behind the impending civil war and controlling both factions in public and private, which gives him an excuse to turn the Republic into a 'de ''de facto'' dictatorship for reasons of "galactic security", then provoking the Jedi into attempting to arrest or kill him in order to carry out a purge against their Order, install himself as Emperor, and establish the evil, totalitarian Galactic Empire. The Expanded Universe delves deeper into his evil while Chancellor and implies or outright shows him (usually as Sidious) arranging assassinations, ordering atrocities, framing innocent parties, manipulating and corrupting people, and committing a laundry list of other crimes in pursuit of his sinister agenda
11th Apr '17 2:41:06 PM AthenaBlue
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* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'': Lord/President Business combines this with CorruptCorporateExecutive.
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* ''Film/BobRoberts'' becomes one at the [[DownerEnding end of the movie]], after spending the whole movie revealing how corrupt and extremist he is (to the point of [[spoiler: faking an assassination attempt to win sympathy votes and pin the blame on a journalist trying to expose him, which ends with the journalist getting shot and killed, presumably by one of Roberts' {{Loony Fan}}s]])
* In ''Film/TheDeadZone'', Johnny Smith (played by ChristopherWalken) shakes the hand of politician Greg Stillson (Martin Sheen) and forsees that he will become president who, in a moment of megalomania ("YOU are not the voice of the people! I AM THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE!"), orders a nuclear strike, thus destroying the world. [[HilariousInHindsight This scene is pretty funny to those who mainly know]] [[TheWestWing Sheen as the wise, principled President Jed Bartlet]]



* The poster for ''Film/OmenIIITheFinalConflict'' makes it seem like [[AntiChrist Damien]] becomes President of the United States. [[CoversAlwaysLie He doesn't]]; he ''does'' become the Ambassador to the Court of St. James. It seems to be his long-term ambition though; he mentions running for Senator within two years.



* In ''Film/TheDeadZone'', Johnny Smith (played by ChristopherWalken) shakes the hand of politician Greg Stillson (Martin Sheen) and forsees that he will become president who, in a moment of megalomania ("YOU are not the voice of the people! I AM THE VOICE OF THE PEOPLE!"), orders a nuclear strike, thus destroying the world. [[HilariousInHindsight This scene is pretty funny to those who mainly know]] [[TheWestWing Sheen as the wise, principled President Jed Bartlet]]
* [[BigBad Palpatine]] of ''Franchise/StarWars'' was one of these as [[TheFederation Chancellor]]. It is generally implied that, to the public at large as well as to the Jedi and the Senate, Palpatine is an excellent Chancellor- friendly, experienced, competent, professional, diplomatic and wise-, who just happened to inherit a Republic that is rife with corruption and on the verge of civil war. Secret though he is Darth Sidious, the Dark Lord of the Sith, the instigator of much of this corruption and the ''mastermind'' behind the impending civil war and controlling both factions in public and private, which gives him an excuse to turn the Republic into a 'de facto'' dictatorship for reasons of "galactic security", then provoking the Jedi into attempting to arrest then kill him in order to carry out a purge against their Order, install himself as Emperor, and establish the evil, totalitarian Galactic Empire. The Expanded Universe delves deeper into his evil while Chancellor and implies or outright shows him (usually as Sidious) arranging assassinations, ordering atrocities, framing innocent parties, manipulating and corrupting people, and committing a laundry list of other crimes in pursuit of his sinister agenda
* In ''Film/ResidentEvilRetribution'', [[spoiler: Albert Wesker]] is the president of the United States (or what's left of it). Slightly subverted in that he's united with his former enemies to [[EnemyMine take on a common foe]].
* In 1993's ''Film/SuperMarioBros'', Koopa has become President of the Mushroom Kingdom.
* ''Film/BobRoberts'' becomes one at the [[DownerEnding end of the movie]], after spending the whole movie revealing how corrupt and extremist he is (to the point of [[spoiler: faking an assassination attempt to win sympathy votes and pin the blame on a journalist trying to expose him, which ends with the journalist getting shot and killed, presumably by one of Roberts' {{Loony Fan}}s]])



* The poster for ''Film/OmenIIITheFinalConflict'' makes it seem like [[AntiChrist Damien]] becomes President of the United States. [[CoversAlwaysLie He doesn't]]; he ''does'' become the Ambassador to the Court of St. James. It seems to be his long-term ambition though; he mentions running for Senator within two years.
* In ''Film/ResidentEvilRetribution'', [[spoiler: Albert Wesker]] is the president of the United States (or what's left of it). Slightly subverted in that he's united with his former enemies to [[EnemyMine take on a common foe]].
* ''Franchise/StarWars'': [[BigBad Palpatine]] was one of these as [[TheFederation Chancellor]]. It is generally implied that, to the public at large as well as to the Jedi and the Senate, Palpatine is an excellent Chancellor -- friendly, experienced, competent, professional, diplomatic and wise -- who just happened to inherit a Republic that is rife with corruption and on the verge of civil war. Secretly, though, he is Darth Sidious, the Dark Lord of the Sith, the instigator of much of this corruption and the ''mastermind'' behind the impending civil war and controlling both factions in public and private, which gives him an excuse to turn the Republic into a 'de facto'' dictatorship for reasons of "galactic security", then provoking the Jedi into attempting to arrest or kill him in order to carry out a purge against their Order, install himself as Emperor, and establish the evil, totalitarian Galactic Empire. The Expanded Universe delves deeper into his evil while Chancellor and implies or outright shows him (usually as Sidious) arranging assassinations, ordering atrocities, framing innocent parties, manipulating and corrupting people, and committing a laundry list of other crimes in pursuit of his sinister agenda
* In 1993's ''Film/SuperMarioBros'', Koopa has become President of the Mushroom Kingdom.



* If you consider Real Life a film, then Donald Trump is this.



* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' Voldemort manages to [[spoiler:take control over the Ministry of Magic and all of wizarding England by placing Imperius Curses over some officials, murdering others, and placing Death Eaters and sympathizers of his cause in positions of power]]. This allows him to (without much resistance, thanks to the previous Ministers) [[spoiler: enact what would end up as a pureblood regime.]] However, Voldemort never seems interested in becoming Minister of Magic himself.
* In the ''Literature/LeftBehind'' series, Nicolae Carpathia starts out as the president of UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, and moves on to become Secretary-General of the UsefulNotes/UnitedNations (later called the Supreme Potentate of the Global Community). He's TheAntiChrist.
* President Charles Lindbergh in Creator/PhilipRoth's ''Literature/ThePlotAgainstAmerica'', who begins a process of creating an atmosphere of hate and persecution towards Jews [[spoiler: and who may or may not have been a Nazi puppet]].
* [=GamePro=] Magazine used "President Evil" during the April Fools issue (with a zombie version of Abe Lincoln on the cover) a few months after VideoGame/ResidentEvil first came out.
* In one of the ''Literature/WildCards'' books, Puppetman runs for president. (This is a man who controls people's minds to make them commit mayhem, just so that he can get off on their emotions, for crying out loud.)

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* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' Voldemort manages to [[spoiler:take control over the Ministry of Magic and all of wizarding England by placing Imperius Curses over some officials, murdering others, and placing Death Eaters and sympathizers of his cause in positions of power]]. This allows him to (without much resistance, thanks to the previous Ministers) [[spoiler: enact what would end up as a pureblood regime.]] However, Voldemort never seems interested in becoming Minister of Magic himself.
* In the ''Literature/LeftBehind'' series, Nicolae Carpathia starts out as the president of UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, and moves on to become Secretary-General of the UsefulNotes/UnitedNations (later called the Supreme Potentate of the Global Community). He's TheAntiChrist.
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''Literature/ChristianNation'', President Charles Lindbergh in Creator/PhilipRoth's ''Literature/ThePlotAgainstAmerica'', who begins a process of creating an atmosphere of hate and persecution towards Jews [[spoiler: and who may or may not have been a Nazi puppet]].
* [=GamePro=] Magazine used "President Evil" during
Steve Jordan upon his inauguration suspends the April Fools issue (with a zombie version of Abe Lincoln on the cover) a few months after VideoGame/ResidentEvil first came out.
* In one
U.S. Constitution in favor of the ''Literature/WildCards'' books, Puppetman runs for president. (This is enforcement of the Fifty Blessings, turning America into a man who controls people's minds Christian theocracy and using the military to make them commit mayhem, just so that he can get off on their emotions, for crying out loud.)enforce all the states to obey.



* In Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''If This Goes Onó'', part of his ''Future History'' sequence, President Nehemiah Scudder proclaimed himself "First Prophet" and imposed a Christian theocratic dictatorship at some point between 2013 and 2016.
* In ''Literature/HarryPotterAndTheDeathlyHallows'' Voldemort manages to [[spoiler:take control over the Ministry of Magic and all of wizarding England by placing Imperius Curses over some officials, murdering others, and placing Death Eaters and sympathizers of his cause in positions of power]]. This allows him to (without much resistance, thanks to the previous Ministers) [[spoiler: enact what would end up as a pureblood regime.]] However, Voldemort never seems interested in becoming Minister of Magic himself..
* ''Literature/TheHistoryOfTheGalaxy'' has President John Winston Hammer of the [[TheEmpire Earth Alliance]], who orders a devastating strike on the unsuspecting [[LostColony Lost Colonies]], hoping that such a show of force (and the millions of people killed by nuclear blasts) would force the colonies to recognize the military superiority of the Earth Alliance and allow unrestricted flow of immigrants from the overpopulated Earth. Instead of a quick victory, the colonists resist, and the quick strike turns into a devastating war lasting several decades across dozens of systems and ends with the colonies emerging as the victors.



* The ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' does this a lot. The current story arc features a retired Imperial Admiral as president. [[PunchClockVillain Not so bad]], until you remember that she oversaw the construction of the Death Star, the enslavement of genius children to build it, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the bombardment of several pacifist planets]].
** [[spoiler: And the most recent book in the current story arc ends with [[EldritchAbomination Abeloth]] becoming president and the Sith in partial control of the Senate.]]
* Despite appearing only briefly the President in ''JasonXDeathMoon'' is quite obviously a lunatic.

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* The ''Franchise/StarWarsExpandedUniverse'' does this a lot. The current story arc features a retired Imperial Admiral as president. [[PunchClockVillain Not so bad]], until you remember that she oversaw %%* Despite appearing only briefly the construction President in ''JasonXDeathMoon'' is quite obviously a lunatic.
* In the ''Literature/LeftBehind'' series, Nicolae Carpathia starts out as the president of UsefulNotes/{{Romania}}, and moves on to become Secretary-General
of the Death Star, UsefulNotes/UnitedNations (later called the enslavement Supreme Potentate of genius children the Global Community). He's TheAntiChrist
* In the world of ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', in the year 2033, the world will have
to build it, endure Russian President Victor Zolnerovich, one of the founders of [[EvilInc Tresisda]] and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the bombardment a heavy supporter of several pacifist planets]].
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Neo-Nazism, not to forget that he's really a [[spoiler: And the most recent book in the current story arc ends with [[EldritchAbomination Abeloth]] becoming president and the Sith in partial control [[RoboticReveal a clone robot AI]]]]. There's also possibly German Chancellor Norvak, or at least this is what Marian thinks.
* In ''Literature/ParableOfTheTalents'' by Creator/OctaviaButler, President Jarrett is an member
of the Senate.evangelical Christian sect Christian America. He scapegoats non-Christians (and Christians of other denominations) for all that is wrong with America and puts them in [[ANaziByAnyOtherName concentration camps.]]
* Despite appearing only briefly the President Charles Lindbergh in ''JasonXDeathMoon'' is quite obviously Creator/PhilipRoth's ''Literature/ThePlotAgainstAmerica'', who begins a lunatic.process of creating an atmosphere of hate and persecution towards Jews [[spoiler: and who may or may not have been a Nazi puppet]].



* ''Franchise/StarWarsLegends'' did this a lot. One story arc featured a retired Imperial Admiral as president. [[PunchClockVillain Not so bad]], until you remember that she oversaw the construction of the Death Star, the enslavement of genius children to build it, and [[ArsonMurderAndJaywalking the bombardment of several pacifist planets]].
** A book in another story arc ended with [[EldritchAbomination Abeloth]] becoming president and the Sith in partial control of the Senate.



* In ''Literature/ParableOfTheTalents'' by Creator/OctaviaButler, President Jarrett is an member of the evangelical Christian sect Christian America. He scapegoats non-Christians (and Christians of other denominations) for all that is wrong with America and puts them in [[ANaziByAnyOtherName concentration camps.]]
* ''Literature/TheHistoryOfTheGalaxy'' has President John Winston Hammer of the [[TheEmpire Earth Alliance]], who orders a devastating strike on the unsuspecting [[LostColony Lost Colonies]], hoping that such a show of force (and the millions of people killed by nuclear blasts) would force the colonies to recognize the military superiority of the Earth Alliance and allow unrestricted flow of immigrants from the overpopulated Earth. Instead of a quick victory, the colonists resist, and the quick strike turns into a devastating war lasting several decades across dozens of systems and ends with the colonies emerging as the victors.
* In Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''If This Goes Onó'', part of his 'Future History' sequence, President Nehemiah Scudder proclaimed himself 'First Prophet' and imposed a Christian theocratic dictatorship at some point between 2013 and 2016.
* In the world of ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', in the year 2033, the world will have to endure Russian President Victor Zolnerovich, one of the founders of [[EvilInc Tresisda]] and a heavy supporter of Neo-Nazism, not to forget that he's really a [[spoiler: [[RoboticReveal a clone robot AI]]]]. There's also possibly German Chancellor Norvak, or at least this is what Marian thinks.
* In ''Literature/ChristianNation'', President Steve Jordan upon his inauguration suspends the U.S. Constitution in favor of the enforcement of the Fifty Blessings, turning America into a Christian theocracy and using the military to enforce all the states to obey.

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* In ''Literature/ParableOfTheTalents'' by Creator/OctaviaButler, President Jarrett is an member of the evangelical Christian sect Christian America. He scapegoats non-Christians (and Christians of other denominations) for all that is wrong with America and puts them in [[ANaziByAnyOtherName concentration camps.]]
* ''Literature/TheHistoryOfTheGalaxy'' has President John Winston Hammer of the [[TheEmpire Earth Alliance]], who orders a devastating strike on the unsuspecting [[LostColony Lost Colonies]], hoping that such a show of force (and the millions of people killed by nuclear blasts) would force the colonies to recognize the military superiority of the Earth Alliance and allow unrestricted flow of immigrants from the overpopulated Earth. Instead of a quick victory, the colonists resist, and the quick strike turns into a devastating war lasting several decades across dozens of systems and ends with the colonies emerging as the victors.
* In Creator/RobertAHeinlein's ''If This Goes Onó'', part of his 'Future History' sequence, President Nehemiah Scudder proclaimed himself 'First Prophet' and imposed a Christian theocratic dictatorship at some point between 2013 and 2016.
* In the world of ''Literature/{{MARZENA}}'', in the year 2033, the world will have to endure Russian President Victor Zolnerovich,
one of the founders of [[EvilInc Tresisda]] and ''Literature/WildCards'' books, Puppetman runs for president. (This is a heavy supporter of Neo-Nazism, not man who controls people's minds to forget make them commit mayhem, just so that he's really a [[spoiler: [[RoboticReveal a clone robot AI]]]]. There's also possibly German Chancellor Norvak, or at least this is what Marian thinks.
* In ''Literature/ChristianNation'', President Steve Jordan upon his inauguration suspends the U.S. Constitution in favor of the enforcement of the Fifty Blessings, turning America into a Christian theocracy and using the military to enforce all the states to obey.
he can get off on their emotions, for crying out loud.)



* Lucifer, Satan himself, possesses the President in season 12 of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. It lasts all of one episode, but he was giving some thought to pardoning Charles Manson.



* In ''Series/ReadAllAboutIt'', Dunedon, the evil ruler of Trialveron, is also secretly Don Eden, mayor of our heroes' home town on Earth.
* Nathan Petrelli [[spoiler:/Sylar]] of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' becomes the U.S. Prez in the alternate future presented in "Five Years Gone", and tries to enact a program to kill off all the superpowered people in the world (except himself. Because "I can fly. I'm hardly dangerous.").

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* In ''Series/ReadAllAboutIt'', Dunedon, ''Series/{{The 100}}'' features Dante and Cage Wallace, respectively son and grandson of the evil ruler of Trialveron, is also secretly Don Eden, mayor of our heroes' home town on Earth.
* Nathan Petrelli [[spoiler:/Sylar]] of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' becomes
then-sitting US President when the U.S. Prez nukes fell. They have been overseeing the creation of [[TheDreaded Reapers]] to keep the Grounders distracted and wary about travelling in the alternate future presented in "Five Years Gone", area of Mount Weather, and tries if that isn't enough, flooding the area with acid fog too. Along with that has been the use of Grounders as HumanResources for their blood, and a long-term plan to enact a program manipulate the teenage survivors of the dropship to join the Mount Weather gene pool. When that falls through, Cage launches a coup and orders the forcible removal of bone marrow from the Ark teenagers, even though the method used would kill off them.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'': President Clark assassinates the previous president, under whom he served as vice president, and from there initiates an Iron-fisted regime that brooks no disagreement with him, particularly the crew of the main series setting who were actively working to expose his crimes and bring him down. His final act as president before offing himself is to set
all {{Kill Sat}}s in Earth's orbit to fire at the superpowered people in planet. Luckily, the world (except himself. Because "I can fly. I'm hardly dangerous.").good guys manage to stop them in time.



** Mavic Chen of "The Daleks' Master Plan" is the democratically-elected head of the Solar System, and also colluding with the Daleks to take over the Universe.
** Rassilon of Gallifrey is the classic one. Returns with a vengeance in [[spoiler: "The End of Time", as an OmnicidalManiac who was planning to destroy the universe so that he could AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence. He's appropriately played by Creator/TimothyDalton.]]
*** In AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho Rassilon is an EvilutionaryBiologist who prevented species from existing because of the possibility they might eclipse the power of the Time Lords.
** In "The Invasion Of Time", the Fourth Doctor himself becomes this for all of Gallifrey. It rather confuses his old teacher Borusa. (And it's all a ruse, of course.)
** In "The Five Doctors", Borusa, now himself Lord President of Gallifrey, seeks to manipulate the Doctor's first five incarnations into recovering Time Lord founder Rassilon's fabled secret of immortality for himself so that he might rule Gallifrey forever.
** In Series 1 of the new show, a Slitheen wearing the skin of a mid-level politician manages to become Acting Prime Minister by offing the real one and being the highest ranking elected official around during a time of crisis. Presumably he would have been replaced as soon as the panic subsided, but it gives the Slitheen all the time in power they need to spark a nuclear war and destroy the earth. This allows a very capable and sweet woman named Harriet Jones to become the new Prime Minister. However, the Doctor deposes Harriet Jones after she goes too far (in his opinion) during the next alien invasion a season later. She was supposed to be Prime Minister of the UK for three consecutive terms and lead the Golden Age of Britain. With the Doctor having altered her timelime, we instead get two absolute monsters:
** Series 3: The first replacement for Harriet Jones. [[spoiler: The Master, posing as Mr. Saxon, gets himself elected as Prime Minister of Great Britain, and promptly uses his authority to gas the Cabinet, declare the Doctor and his friends fugitives, arrest Martha Jones' family, make fun of/assassinate the US President, take over the world and generally act like a MagnificentBastard.]] In the end, it is [[spoiler: time-reverted, except for the deaths of the U.S. President and the British Cabinet. Ouch]]. In "The End of Time", [[spoiler: he conquers the world by transforming all of humanity into carbon copies of himself, consequently making him president of every single country at once.]] Even [[LampshadeHanging acknowledges]] this himself: "I'm President! President of the United States! Look at me! Financial solution... deleted!".
** ''Series/TorchwoodChildrenOfEarth'': The second replacement for Harriet Jones. Prime Minister Green. True, the whole leadership of the government reluctantly goes along with the plan of [[spoiler: handing ten percent of the world's children over to the 456]], but they didn't really have any choice, and they're shown to take no enjoyment from crossing this MoralEventHorizon. However, at the end of the miniseries, when the 456 have just barely been defeated in time, Green proves himself to be truly morally corrupt by [[spoiler: gleefully announcing how he plans to blame everything on the Americans. This proves to be the last straw for his cabinet, and they blackmail him into standing down.]]
** In [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWhoNEDASDarkEyes3E4RuleOfTheEminence "Rule of the Eminence"]] is Walter Vincent, the Grand Administrator of Earth. The Doctor thinks he's the Master, but he turns out to be a construct created by the Master from Molly's memory of her father Patrick O'Sullivan. He is the trigger which brings the minds of humanity under the Master's control.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'': President Clark assassinates the previous president, under whom he served as vice president, and from there initiates an Iron-fisted regime that brooks no disagreement with him, particularly the crew of the main series setting who were actively working to expose his crimes and bring him down. His final act as president before offing himself is to set all {{Kill Sat}}s in Earth's orbit to fire at the planet. Luckily, the good guys manage to stop them in time.
* Various alternate realities in ''Series/StargateSG1'' where Senator Kinsey managed to become President.

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** Mavic Chen of [[Recap/DoctorWhoS3E4TheDaleksMasterPlan "The Daleks' Master Plan" Plan"]] is the democratically-elected head of the Solar System, and also colluding with the Daleks to take over the Universe.
** Rassilon of Gallifrey is the classic one. Returns with a vengeance in [[spoiler: [[spoiler:[[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time", Time"]], as an OmnicidalManiac who was planning to destroy the universe so that he could AscendToAHigherPlaneOfExistence. He's appropriately played by Creator/TimothyDalton.]]
*** In AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho ''AudioPlay/BigFinishDoctorWho'', Rassilon is an EvilutionaryBiologist who prevented species from existing because of the possibility they might eclipse the power of the Time Lords.
** In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS15E6TheInvasionOfTime "The Invasion Of Time", of Time"]], the Fourth Doctor himself becomes this for all of Gallifrey. It rather confuses his old teacher Borusa. (And it's all a ruse, of course.)
** In [[Recap/DoctorWho20thASTheFiveDoctors "The Five Doctors", Doctors"]], Borusa, now himself Lord President of Gallifrey, seeks to manipulate the Doctor's first five incarnations into recovering Time Lord founder Rassilon's fabled secret of immortality for himself so that he might rule Gallifrey forever.
** In Series 1 [[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E4AliensOfLondon "Aliens of the new show, London"]]/[[Recap/DoctorWhoS27E5WorldWarThree "World War Three"]]: a Slitheen wearing the skin of a mid-level politician manages to become Acting Prime Minister by offing the real one and being the highest ranking elected official around during a time of crisis. Presumably he would have been replaced as soon as the panic subsided, but it gives the Slitheen all the time in power they need to spark a nuclear war and destroy the earth.Earth. This allows a very capable and sweet woman named Harriet Jones to become the new Prime Minister. However, the Doctor deposes Harriet Jones after she goes too far (in his opinion) during the next alien invasion a season later. She was supposed to be Prime Minister of the UK for three consecutive terms and lead the Golden Age of Britain. With the Doctor having altered her timelime, we instead get two absolute monsters:
** *** Series 3: The first replacement for Harriet Jones. [[spoiler: The [[spoiler:The Master, posing as Mr. Saxon, gets himself elected as Prime Minister of Great Britain, and promptly uses his authority to gas the Cabinet, declare the Doctor and his friends fugitives, arrest Martha Jones' family, make fun of/assassinate the US President, take over the world and generally act like a MagnificentBastard.]] In the end, it is [[spoiler: time-reverted, except for the deaths of the U.S. President and the British Cabinet. Ouch]]. In [[Recap/DoctorWhoS30E17E18TheEndOfTime "The End of Time", Time"]], [[spoiler: he conquers the world by transforming all of humanity into carbon copies of himself, consequently making him president of every single country at once.]] Even [[LampshadeHanging acknowledges]] this himself: "I'm President! President of the United States! Look at me! Financial solution... deleted!".
** *** ''Series/TorchwoodChildrenOfEarth'': The second replacement for Harriet Jones. Prime Minister Green. True, the whole leadership of the government reluctantly goes along with the plan of [[spoiler: handing ten percent of the world's children over to the 456]], but they didn't really have any choice, and they're shown to take no enjoyment from crossing this MoralEventHorizon. However, at the end of the miniseries, when the 456 have just barely been defeated in time, Green proves himself to be truly morally corrupt by [[spoiler: gleefully announcing how he plans to blame everything on the Americans. This proves to be the last straw for his cabinet, and they blackmail him into standing down.]]
** In [[Recap/BigFinishDoctorWhoNEDASDarkEyes3E4RuleOfTheEminence "Rule of the Eminence"]] is has Walter Vincent, the Grand Administrator of Earth. The Doctor thinks he's the Master, but he turns out to be a construct created by the Master from Molly's memory of her father Patrick O'Sullivan. He is the trigger which brings the minds of humanity under the Master's control.
* ''Series/BabylonFive'': Nathan Petrelli [[spoiler:/Sylar]] of ''Series/{{Heroes}}'' becomes the U.S. Prez in the alternate future presented in "Five Years Gone", and tries to enact a program to kill off all the superpowered people in the world (except himself. Because "I can fly. I'm hardly dangerous.").
* John Tomarchio in ''Series/{{Jericho}}'', who establishes the dissident Allied States of America west of the Mississippi River after the United States is split in two in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks that annihilated America's major cities. Under a benevolent guise, he serves as part of a highly corrupt corporate conspiracy to seize control of the nation by means of the nuclear strikes, which would serve to fuel the outbreak of a second American civil war against the legitimate U.S. government.
* ''Series/TheLastShip'' has
President Clark assassinates Peng of China, the previous president, under whom he served as vice president, and from there initiates an Iron-fisted regime that brooks no disagreement with him, particularly BigBad of Season 3. Having [[KlingonPromotion climbed to power over his superiors' corpses]] during the crew height of the main series setting who were actively working [[ThePlague Red Flu pandemic]], he now intends to expose his crimes and bring about [[TheEmpire China's total domination of Asia]] in the post-plague world by [[spoiler: use of a chemical weapon that nullifies the cure for the Red Flu, enabling it to wipe out whole nations that he can then conquer]].
* ''Series/MastersOfHorror'': In "The Washingtonians", [[HistoricalVillainUpgrade George Washington]] became a [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalistic]] madman after he was forced to eat some of his men during a harsh winter. He started regularly killing and eating people (including several members of his own administration), [[ChildEater ate children]] and made household items out of their bones and skin, and was apparently intent on founding the United States as a "cannibal republic". A reporter claims that Washington's monstrousness was covered up by his followers.
* In an episode of ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'', "Decompression", a time traveler approaches a presidential candidate and warns
him down. His final act as president that his loss in the upcoming election will pave the way for one of these. As she continues to win him over, she eventually convinces him that his staff will sabotage his chances of winning, and that he needs to jump from the plane and leave them all to die (she'll protect him with her future-tech). He complies, and she's true to her word. [[spoiler:Then she reveals ''he'' is the President Evil she spoke of, having gambled that he would be self-centered enough to save his own hide at the expense of everyone else. The plane will be fine, and he's just ensured that his political career is tarnished beyond recovery. Oh, and she didn't really save him. She just gave him a few minutes to find out the truth before offing himself is putting him right back in mid-air to splatter on the ground]].
* Governor James Devlin of ''Series/{{Oz}}''. On a show wall-to-wall with scumbags (it's
set all {{Kill Sat}}s in Earth's orbit to fire at a prison, after all), one of the planet. Luckily, worst is the good guys manage to stop them in time.
* Various alternate realities in ''Series/StargateSG1'' where Senator Kinsey managed to become President.
guy on the outside campaigning on a "law and order" platform.



* In ''Series/ReadAllAboutIt'', Dunedon, the evil ruler of Trialveron, is also secretly Don Eden, mayor of our heroes' home town on Earth.
* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' features Jackson Davis, an usurper President who launched an internal coup at the US Government's hideout in Guantanamo. For about fifteen years, he remained at the helm masterminding a plot to retake the United States from the successor states which rose after the Blackout.
* A 4th season episode of ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' ("California Reich") has a man, Governor Schick, running for President with a very good chance of winning... until the heroes expose the truth behind his "Repatriation Center" concentration camps. The guy's platform? "America for Americans" (a meaningless slogan for a nation of immigrants) and plans to deport anyone whose genes don't match with his ideal American, even if your great-great-grandparents were born in the U.S. That essentially means "anyone non-white". Somehow, he manages to impose this rule on his own state and ship countless people off to camps... and then they get turned into mindless drones called "Eddies" as cheap labor.



* A 4th season episode of ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' ("California Reich") has a man, Governor Schick, running for President with a very good chance of winning... until the heroes expose the truth behind his "Repatriation Center" concentration camps. The guy's platform? "America for Americans" (a meaningless slogan for a nation of immigrants) and plans to deport anyone whose genes don't match with his ideal American, even if your great-great-grandparents were born in the U.S. That essentially means "anyone non-white". Somehow, he manages to impose this rule on his own state and ship countless people off to camps... and then they get turned into mindless drones called "Eddies" as cheap labor.
* Governor James Devlin of ''Series/{{Oz}}''. On a show wall-to-wall with scumbags (it's set in a prison, after all), one of the worst is the guy on the outside campaigning on a "law and order" platform.
* In an episode of ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'', "Decompression", a time traveler approaches a presidential candidate and warns him that his loss in the upcoming election will pave the way for one of these. As she continues to win him over, she eventually convinces him that his staff will sabotage his chances of winning, and that he needs to jump from the plane and leave them all to die (she'll protect him with her future-tech). He complies, and she's true to her word. [[spoiler:Then she reveals ''he'' is the President Evil she spoke of, having gambled that he would be self-centered enough to save his own hide at the expense of everyone else. The plane will be fine, and he's just ensured that his political career is tarnished beyond recovery. Oh, and she didn't really save him. She just gave him a few minutes to find out the truth before putting him right back in mid-air to splatter on the ground]].
* John Tomarchio in ''Series/{{Jericho}}'', who establishes the dissident Allied States of America west of the Mississippi River after the United States is split in two in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks that annihilated America's major cities. Under a benevolent guise, he serves as part of a highly corrupt corporate conspiracy to seize control of the nation by means of the nuclear strikes, which would serve to fuel the outbreak of a second American civil war against the legitimate U.S. government.
* ''Series/MastersOfHorror'': In "The Washingtonians", [[HistoricalVillainUpgrade George Washington]] became a [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalistic]] madman after he was forced to eat some of his men during a harsh winter. He started regularly killing and eating people (including several members of his own administration), [[ChildEater ate children]] and made household items out of their bones and skin, and was apparently intent on founding the United States as a "cannibal republic". A reporter claims that Washington's monstrousness was covered up by his followers.
* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' features Jackson Davis, an usurper President who launched an internal coup at the US Government's hideout in Guantanamo. For about fifteen years, he remained at the helm masterminding a plot to retake the United States from the successor states which rose after the Blackout.
* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' features Dante and Cage Wallace, respectively son and grandson of the then-sitting US President when the nukes fell. They have been overseeing the creation of [[TheDreaded Reapers]] to keep the Grounders distracted and wary about travelling in the area of Mount Weather, and if that isn't enough, flooding the area with acid fog too. Along with that has been the use of Grounders as HumanResources for their blood, and a long-term plan to manipulate the teenage survivors of the dropship to join the Mount Weather gene pool. When that falls through, Cage launches a coup and orders the forcible removal of bone marrow from the Ark teenagers, even though the method used would kill them.
* ''Series/TheLastShip'' has President Peng of China, the BigBad of Season 3. Having [[KlingonPromotion climbed to power over his superiors' corpses]] during the height of the [[ThePlague Red Flu pandemic]], he now intends to bring about [[TheEmpire China's total domination of Asia]] in the post-plague world by [[spoiler: use of a chemical weapon that nullifies the cure for the Red Flu, enabling it to wipe out whole nations that he can then conquer]].

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* A 4th season episode of ''Series/{{Sliders}}'' ("California Reich") has a man, Governor Schick, running for President with a very good chance of winning... until the heroes expose the truth behind his "Repatriation Center" concentration camps. The guy's platform? "America for Americans" (a meaningless slogan for a nation of immigrants) and plans Various alternate realities in ''Series/StargateSG1'' where Senator Kinsey managed to deport anyone whose genes don't match with his ideal American, even if your great-great-grandparents were born in the U.S. That essentially means "anyone non-white". Somehow, he manages to impose this rule on his own state and ship countless people off to camps... and then they get turned into mindless drones called "Eddies" as cheap labor.
become President.
* Governor James Devlin of ''Series/{{Oz}}''. On a show wall-to-wall with scumbags (it's set in a prison, after all), one of the worst is the guy on the outside campaigning on a "law and order" platform.
* In an episode of ''Series/TheOuterLimits1995'', "Decompression", a time traveler approaches a presidential candidate and warns him that his loss in the upcoming election will pave the way for one of these. As she continues to win him over, she eventually convinces him that his staff will sabotage his chances of winning, and that he needs to jump from the plane and leave them all to die (she'll protect him with her future-tech). He complies, and she's true to her word. [[spoiler:Then she reveals ''he'' is
Lucifer, Satan himself, possesses the President Evil she spoke of, having gambled that he would be self-centered enough to save his own hide at the expense in season 12 of everyone else. The plane will be fine, and he's just ensured that his political career is tarnished beyond recovery. Oh, and she didn't really save him. She just gave him a few minutes to find out the truth before putting him right back in mid-air to splatter on the ground]].
* John Tomarchio in ''Series/{{Jericho}}'', who establishes the dissident Allied States
''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. It lasts all of America west of the Mississippi River after the United States is split in two in the aftermath of the nuclear attacks that annihilated America's major cities. Under a benevolent guise, he serves as part of a highly corrupt corporate conspiracy to seize control of the nation by means of the nuclear strikes, which would serve to fuel the outbreak of a second American civil war against the legitimate U.S. government.
* ''Series/MastersOfHorror'': In "The Washingtonians", [[HistoricalVillainUpgrade George Washington]] became a [[ImAHumanitarian cannibalistic]] madman after
one episode, but he was forced to eat giving some of his men during a harsh winter. He started regularly killing and eating people (including several members of his own administration), [[ChildEater ate children]] and made household items out of their bones and skin, and was apparently intent on founding the United States as a "cannibal republic". A reporter claims that Washington's monstrousness was covered up by his followers.
* ''Series/{{Revolution}}'' features Jackson Davis, an usurper President who launched an internal coup at the US Government's hideout in Guantanamo. For about fifteen years, he remained at the helm masterminding a plot
thought to retake the United States from the successor states which rose after the Blackout.
* ''Series/{{The 100}}'' features Dante and Cage Wallace, respectively son and grandson of the then-sitting US President when the nukes fell. They have been overseeing the creation of [[TheDreaded Reapers]] to keep the Grounders distracted and wary about travelling in the area of Mount Weather, and if that isn't enough, flooding the area with acid fog too. Along with that has been the use of Grounders as HumanResources for their blood, and a long-term plan to manipulate the teenage survivors of the dropship to join the Mount Weather gene pool. When that falls through, Cage launches a coup and orders the forcible removal of bone marrow from the Ark teenagers, even though the method used would kill them.
* ''Series/TheLastShip'' has President Peng of China, the BigBad of Season 3. Having [[KlingonPromotion climbed to power over his superiors' corpses]] during the height of the [[ThePlague Red Flu pandemic]], he now intends to bring about [[TheEmpire China's total domination of Asia]] in the post-plague world by [[spoiler: use of a chemical weapon that nullifies the cure for the Red Flu, enabling it to wipe out whole nations that he can then conquer]].
pardoning Charles Manson.



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* [=GamePro=] Magazine used "President Evil" during the April Fools issue (with a zombie version of Abe Lincoln on the cover) a few months after VideoGame/ResidentEvil first came out.
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* Not technically president, but "his dishonor" the Mayor from ''WesternAnimation/ActionLeagueNow'' does everything from kidnapping children, stealing priceless artwork, melting his chief nuclear safety adviser, causing massive train wrecks (he wanted the insurance money), unleashing ancient mummy curses, taking out NFL quarterbacks, and trying to blow up Washington D.C., all complete with a huge grin on his face, and evil pointed eyebrows. But despite all his acts of villainy, he's never removed from office.
* In ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', student council president Jimmy [=McGarfield=] revealed at the end of his debut appearance that he was in allegiance with the adults instead of the kids. At the end of his next appearance, he was sent to prison, leaving Numbuh 1 confident that he would take his place, only to find out that the [[CreepyChild Delightful Children From Down the Lane]] had in fact bought the election and become president(s) themselves.



** Finally, in "Allowance Day", the corrupt leader of "The BananaRepublic:", General Chiquita, tries to steal away Scrooge's Banana Bran Flakes factory. The General also tries to execute Scrooge and Fenton Crackshell via cannon squad. While Scrooge wins in the end (and keeps the factory), the General remained in power becoming something of a KarmaHoudini. One hopes that the US government took note of the near execution of one of her leading citizens, and deposed of El Presidente soon thereafter!
* Baron Ünderbheit, a CaptainErsatz for Doctor Doom in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', rules over the [[{{Mordor}} Barony of Ünderland]], which is apparently located adjacent to Michigan.

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** Finally, in "Allowance Day", the corrupt leader of "The BananaRepublic:", BananaRepublic", General Chiquita, tries to steal away Scrooge's Banana Bran Flakes factory. The General also tries to execute Scrooge and Fenton Crackshell via cannon squad. While Scrooge wins in the end (and keeps the factory), the General remained in power becoming something of a KarmaHoudini. One hopes that the US government took note of the near execution of one of her leading citizens, and deposed of El Presidente soon thereafter!
* Baron Ünderbheit, a CaptainErsatz for Doctor Doom in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', rules over the [[{{Mordor}} Barony of Ünderland]], which is apparently located adjacent to Michigan.
thereafter!



* In ''WesternAnimation/CodenameKidsNextDoor'', student council president Jimmy [=McGarfield=] revealed at the end of his debut appearance that he was in allegiance with the adults instead of the kids. At the end of his next appearance, he was sent to prison, leaving Numbuh 1 confident that he would take his place, only to find out that the [[CreepyChild Delightful Children From Down the Lane]] had in fact bought the election and become president(s) themselves.



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' had an alternate reality where the president of the US was ComicBook/LexLuthor. But it may be up to discussion who was the real president evil there, if Lex Luthor, or the Justice League that made a coup d'état and killed him in the process. It may be [[AlternateUniverse an alternate universe]], it may be Lex Luthor the one [[GullibleLemmings voted by the people]], but [[MyCountryRightOrWrong it's still America]]! In the mainstream universe, the Question tries to [[ShootTheDog kill Luthor]] to prevent him from becoming president evil too. [[spoiler:Luthor then pummels the Question with his new superpowers. He remarks that becoming president would cause him to ''lose'' power. He freely admits that he ran a fake campaign [[EvilIsPetty "just to tick Superman off."]]]]



* Not technically president, but "his dishonor" the Mayor from ''WesternAnimation/ActionLeagueNow'' does everything from kidnapping children, stealing priceless artwork, melting his chief nuclear safety adviser, causing massive train wrecks (he wanted the insurance money), unleashing ancient mummy curses, taking out NFL quarterbacks, and trying to blow up Washington D.C., all complete with a huge grin on his face, and evil pointed eyebrows. But despite all his acts of villainy, he's never removed from office.



* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' had an alternate reality where the president of the US was ComicBook/LexLuthor. But it may be up to discussion who was the real president evil there, if Lex Luthor, or the Justice League that made a coup d'état and killed him in the process. It may be [[AlternateUniverse an alternate universe]], it may be Lex Luthor the one [[GullibleLemmings voted by the people]], but [[MyCountryRightOrWrong it's still America]]! In the mainstream universe, the Question tries to [[ShootTheDog kill Luthor]] to prevent him from becoming president evil too. [[spoiler:Luthor then pummels the Question with his new superpowers. He remarks that becoming president would cause him to ''lose'' power. He freely admits that he ran a fake campaign [[EvilIsPetty "just to tick Superman off."]]]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'': Lord/President Business combines this with CorruptCorporateExecutive.

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* ''WesternAnimation/JusticeLeague'' had an alternate reality where Baron Ünderbheit, a CaptainErsatz for Doctor Doom in ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBrothers'', rules over the president [[{{Mordor}} Barony of the US was ComicBook/LexLuthor. But it may be up Ünderland]], which is apparently located adjacent to discussion who was the real president evil there, if Lex Luthor, or the Justice League that made a coup d'état and killed him in the process. It may be [[AlternateUniverse an alternate universe]], it may be Lex Luthor the one [[GullibleLemmings voted by the people]], but [[MyCountryRightOrWrong it's still America]]! In the mainstream universe, the Question tries to [[ShootTheDog kill Luthor]] to prevent him from becoming president evil too. [[spoiler:Luthor then pummels the Question with his new superpowers. He remarks that becoming president would cause him to ''lose'' power. He freely admits that he ran a fake campaign [[EvilIsPetty "just to tick Superman off."]]]]
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLegoMovie'': Lord/President Business combines this with CorruptCorporateExecutive.
Michigan.


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* If you consider Real Life a film, then Donald Trump is this.
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* Lucifer, Satan himself, possesses the president in season 12 of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.

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* Lucifer, Satan himself, possesses the president President in season 12 of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.''Series/{{Supernatural}}''. It lasts all of one episode, but he was giving some thought to pardoning Charles Manson.
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* Lucifer, Satan himself, possesses the president in season 12 of ''Series/{{Supernatural}}''.
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* In the two-issue miniseries ''ComicBook/{{Ruins}}'', the President of the United States is Charles Francis Xavier, who is [[AdaptationalVillainy a far cry from the benevolent leader of the X-Men he was in standard continuity]]. He wages war on Genosha and has also imprisoned and mutilated many mutants.
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[[caption-width-right:350:But [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos he]] [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter seems like such a nice guy]] during the election!]]

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[[caption-width-right:350:But [[Franchise/CthulhuMythos he]] [[HorribleJudgeOfCharacter seems seemed like such a nice guy]] during the election!]]
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