What is Michelle obamas nickname by secret service?
Media sources have reported her secret service nickname is "Renaissance." She is also sometimes referred to as "FLOTUS" (First Lady of the United States).
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Ronald Reagon Rawhide was the 'not so secret' code name for Ronald Ragan.. Here is a list; including the current presidents code name, which you might find useful:. Renegade…: Barack Obama, President-elect . Renaissance: Michelle Obama, president-elect's wife . Radiance: Malia Obama, president-elect's daughter . Rosebud: Sasha Obama, president-elect's daughter . Trailblazer: George W Bush, President . Tempo: Laura Bush, First Lady . Rawhide: Ronald Reagan, ex-President . Smurfette: Kareena Gore, ex-vice-president's daughter
The truth is we are not sure. One user said "My Rock" is Pres. Obama's nickname, but there is no reliable evidence to substantiate this. Some other sources have said she calls… him "honey," or just "Barack." At this point, there is no way to know what her private name for him might be, unless she decides to make it public by telling someone in the media. The Secret Service has code names for the First Family and President Obama's is "Renegade."
Sorry, that would be a 'secret'.
No one. But they did nickname Marvin Bush Tuner.
At least one, yes.
Major political figures often get into trouble when they slip away from their team.
Radiance and Rosebud.
No, he does not. in fact, he depends on the Secret Service to keep him safe, and he has confidence in them. (All presidents, and the presidential nominees of the opposing part…y, rely on the Secret Service for protection; thus, it has a very important function.) Undoubtedly, there are times when politicians and their families wish they did not have the Secret Service following everywhere they go, but they do understand the need for security, and they understand why the Secret Service needs to be close by. What President Obama was upset about was a report in early 2012 about a scandal in Columbia, when some off-duty secret service agents were drinking and possibly using prostitutes. This upset a number of people (including the head of the Secret Service). But the president has not lost confidence in the entire agency because of a few people's unprofessional actions.
that is obvious
The number of secret service agents a president has is generally not made public, to assure his safety. If people knew how many secret service agents the president had, it wou…ld make a potential threat to him much easier to carry out. That is also why the secret service rarely explains their plans for protecting the president at a public event: we know there will be a security detail, but how large and where they are stationed is not for public knowledge.
Mr. Obama, and also former President George W. Bush, now have secret service protection for life. The bill to guarantee this protection easily passed congress and Mr. Obama si…gned it into law in January 2013. Previously, former presidents only received ten years of protection, but in a more dangerous world, congress decided it was important to guarantee the safety of former presidents, many of whom (like George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton) continue to represent the United States by doing charitable work all over the world.
The Secret Service is like anyone else in government- they havetheir personal opinions on things. But when they go to work, theyare expected to do their job, regardless of tho…se opinions. From what I've heard, the Secret Service generally likes Obama-he's a nice guy and is usually easy for them to get along with.I've even heard an anecdote about the President and First Ladybreaking protocol to invite Secret Service agents to Thanksgivingdinners at the White House, a gesture which the agents appreciated.