What is an example of Chief of state that Obama did?
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No, the term 'President Barack Obama' is a compound, proper noun. A name or the title of a specific person, or the name of a specific thing is a proper noun; for example, the common noun 'commander-in-chief' is a compound, common noun as a general word for a head of state. The title of a specific person, 'Barack Obama, Commander in Chief' is a proper noun as the title of a specific person. Other examples…
Pennsylvania is a "blue" state, which means it tends to vote for Democrats. This has not always been the case: during the 1980s, for example, the state was solidly for Ronald Reagan, a Republican. But since 1992, the state has voted for Democratic candidates for president, and Barack Obama won the state in both 2008 and 2012.
2012-Obama delivered his third state of the union address 2012-Jack Lew becomes White House chief of staff 2012-Obama issued executive order 2012-Obama gave a speech at the 2012 Democratic Convention 2012-Four Americans were killed in a terrorist attack in Benghazi,Libya 2012-Obama was elected to his second term
I am not sure what you are asking. The word Obama is a last name. Barack Obama the person can be called "the president" or "the commander in chief". You will see these synonyms in newspapers when referring to him. You may also see "chief executive," and when he was a candidate for re-election, he was called the "incumbent."