Nicknamed ‘Boss’ of the US secret service, President Trump is called

Nicknamed 'Boss' of the US secret service, President Trump is called 0
Nicknamed 'Boss' of the US secret service, President Trump is called 0

US President Trump and his wife, Melania, in Japan on November 5.

The US Secret Service uses nicknames for the US president, first lady and other important people they protect.

The use of nicknames for the president and his family was started by the US Secret Service (USSS) in 1950 as an effective support tool for ensuring their absolute safety and this is considered a

The common nickname for the US president is POTUS (short for President of the United States) and for the first lady is FLOTUS (short for First Lady of the United States).

In September 2015, Mr. Donald Trump said that he would like to have the code name Humble (humble).

The chosen code name must be one that is easy to pronounce and understand to convey information well over the radio or phone.

Traditionally, the nicknames of all presidential family members begin with the same letter.

A source close to Mr. Trump said that after the agency in charge chose the letter `M` for Mr. Trump’s family, they listed about 10 names starting with this letter for him to consider.

Last year, when People magazine suggested that Melania could be given the codename Model, Mr. Trump replied: `I don’t know. But she’s a very successful model so it could be.`

Most nicknames are not chosen according to logic.

Vice President Mike Pence, nicknamed Hoosier (Indianaman) possibly because he is the governor of Indiana.

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