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Woodrow Wilson had three nicknames while he was president. The "Schoolmaster of Politics" was the first and most popular.
The "Coiner of Weasel Words" given to him by President Theodore Roosevelt.
The last was "The Phrase Maker", because of his way with words, he didn't need a speech writer because he had an ostentacious diction.
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