What president's Secret Service nickname was Rawhide?

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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
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