List of fictional presidents of the United States (E–F)
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The following is a list of fictional United States presidents, E through F.
- 1 E
- 1.1 President Emmett Earnshaw
- 1.2 President Matthew Easton
- 1.3 President Matthew Ellis
- 1.4 President Sarah Susan Eckert
- 1.5 President Thomas Eckhart
- 1.6 President John Henry Eden
- 1.7 President Edwards
- 1.8 President Russell Eigenblick
- 1.9 President Ellis
- 1.10 President Matthew Ellis
- 1.11 President Walter Emerson
- 1.12 President Sven Ericson
- 1.13 President Jackson Evans
- 1.14 President J. R. Ewing
- 2 F
- 2.1 President Simon Faircliffe
- 2.2 President Harold Farkley
- 2.3 President T.C. Fenton
- 2.4 President Charlotte Field
- 2.5 President Robert Fielding
- 2.6 President John Fields
- 2.7 President Mallard Fillmore
- 2.8 President Finesterre
- 2.9 President Fisher
- 2.10 President Gerald Fitzhugh
- 2.11 President John V. Fitz-Kenneth
- 2.12 President Maddie Fitzpatrick
- 2.13 President Fletcher J. Fletcher
- 2.14 President Harrison Ford
- 2.15 President Ford
- 2.16 President Robert Fogerty
- 2.17 President Herbert Forrest
- 2.18 President Emily Forrester
- 2.19 President James Foster
- 2.20 President William Foster
- 2.21 President Jonathan Robert "Bob" Fowler
- 2.22 President Clementine Searcy Fox
- 2.23 President-Elect MacArthur Foyle
- 2.24 President Frankenstein
- 2.25 President Benjamin Franklin
- 2.26 President Harriet Franklin
- 2.27 President Hunter Franklin
- 2.28 President Hugh Frankling
- 2.29 President D. Nolan Fraser
- 2.30 President Edgar Frazier
- 2.31 President Ferris F. Fremont
- 2.32 President Max Frost (Max Jacob Flatow Jr)
- 2.33 President Truman Theodore Fruitty
- 2.34 President Fuller
- 2.35 President Funny Valentine
- 2.36 President FXJKHR
- 3 References
President Emmett EarnshawEdit
- President in: Irving Wallace's The Pigeon Drop.
- Serves one term and decides not to run for re-election.
President Matthew EastonEdit
- President in Sunflower by Marilyn Sharpe.
- Wife is Elizabeth, and daughter is named Anna (Secret Service code name "Sunflower").
- Anna is kidnapped during his term.
President Matthew EllisEdit
- President in: Marvel Cinematic Universe during the events of Iron Man 3
- Is kidnapped by The Mandarin
- Is the 45th president
President Sarah Susan EckertEdit
- President in: J.M. Dillard's novelization of Star Trek V: The Final Frontier
- A scene deleted from the film shows Hikaru Sulu and Pavel Chekov near Mount Rushmore, on which a fifth face, that of an African-American woman, can be seen.
- Dillard's novelization refers to Eckert as "the first black Northam president." Her face being added to the mountain clearly implies that posterity regards her as being on a par with George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln.
President Thomas EckhartEdit
President John Henry EdenEdit
- President in: Fallout 3
- Leader of the Enclave, the last remnant of the US government after a worldwide nuclear apocalypse, after President Dick Richardson is killed. Like Richardson, he is never actually elected; however, he promises true elections and a brighter future for the wastelands of America in a radio broadcast.
- President John Henry Eden is not actually a human being, and is in fact an AI based on the ZAX supercomputer.
- President in: The Lords Day by Michael Dobbs
- First woman elected to the office.
- Third member of her family to have occupied the White House.
- Her son William-Henry Harrison Edwards, a Rhodes Scholar at Oxford University, is in attendance of the State Opening of Parliament when it is attacked by terrorists.
President Russell EigenblickEdit
- President in: The Eleven Million Mile High Dancer by Carol Hill
- In office in the mid-1980s.
- 87 years old, 6'2" with dyed brown hair.
- Nicknamed "Daddy Ice" due to his apathetic crisis responses and fondness for naps.
- Implied to be Republican.
- Encounters issues including bizarre global weather, severe environmental problems, the disappearance of a Mars-bound astronaut, and ten thousand Native Americans vanishing from Cononga County, Texas, and reappearing in the Pentagon basement.
President Matthew EllisEdit
- President in: Marvel Cinematic Universe
- Is quoted as welcoming Captain America back to the world at Cap's Smithsonian Institution exhibit.
- Abducted by AIM president Aldrich Killian (Guy Pearce) in an elaborate scheme to execute him for his collaborator, Vice President Rodriguez (Miguel Ferrer), to become the new President while Killian continues to profit through customized terrorism. However, Killian's plans are thwarted by Tony Stark, while Col. James Rhodes takes President Ellis to safety.
- Targeted for assassination by HYDRA via Insight helicarrier air strike based on Arnim Zola's algorithm that determined his future actions would run counter to HYDRA's agenda.
- Announcing to the world and recap the events of New York, London, Sokovia and the recent rise of the Inhumans, authorized the formation of the Advanced Threat Containment Unit, which was instructed to contain potential threats caused by people with superpowers.
- Later agreed to provide support for S.H.I.E.L.D. to come out of the shadows and be reestablished, on condition that Phil Coulson step down as Director.
- Played by: William Sadler
President Walter EmersonEdit
- President in: Deterrence
- Played by: Kevin Pollak
- After the elected vice president resigned, he was confirmed with minority support of the electorate. The President died of natural causes, elevating Emerson.
- Administration officials include; National Security Advisor Gayle Redford, Chief of Staff Marshall Thompson, Secretary of Defense Don Hancock, Secretary of State Deborah Cleft and Chairman of the Joint Chiefs General Frank Lancaster.
- Initially seeking his party's nomination in the next primary, having selected Senate President pro tempore Theodore Slater of Wyoming as his Vice Presidential nominee, he drops out after ordering a nuclear strike on Baghdad after Iraqi President Uday Hussein has the Republican Guard invade Kuwait.
President Sven EricsonEdit
- President in the novel Full Disclosure by William Safire
- President Ericson is blinded during the assassination of the leader of the USSR. It is learned that the then-candidate had suffered temporary blindness during his campaign, and it was decided not to disclose this. The novel follows attempts to remove the president from office.
- Divorced, has an active sex life, and loves the White House meatloaf.
President Jackson EvansEdit
- President in: The Contender
- A former senator who attended West Point and enjoys cigars and shark steak sandwiches. Evans was a two-term Democratic president who sought to replace his deceased vice president, Troy Ellerd, with Senator Laine Hanson (D-Ohio) to succeed him.
- Was set upon stumping the White House kitchen staff before leaving office with outrageous food requests, ultimately succeeding when they said they were out of Munster cheese, for his grilled cheese sandwich.
- Played by: Jeff Bridges
- Party: Democratic
President J. R. EwingEdit
- President in the novel Back in the USSA by Kim Newman and Eugene Byrne
- Ewing becomes President of the Confederation of Independent North American States in 1992, following the collapse of the Communist regime of the United Socialist States of America. He is still President in 1998, although severely weakened (both politically and physically) following a 1996 assassination attempt. It is mentioned that him being president is the only thing preventing the secession of Texas. A number of military officers including Colin Powell and Nick Fury are said to scheme to overthrow him in a coup.
President Simon FaircliffeEdit
- President in The President's Man, a 1982 novel by Nicholas Guild.
- Former U.S. Senator.
- Secretly assassinated by his CIA Director when it is discovered he is a traitor.
President Harold FarkleyEdit
- President in No Way To Treat A First Lady by Christopher Buckley
- Was Vice President to President Kenneth MacMann.
President T.C. FentonEdit
- President in The Man, a 1972 TV movie based on the book by Irving Wallace.
- Killed along with the Speaker of the House in a building collapse in Germany.
- Invalid Vice President Noah Calvin (Lew Ayres) declines the office due to health reasons President Fenton is replaced by the President Pro Tem of the US Senate, Senator Douglass Dilman of New Hampshire (James Earl Jones).
- President Fenton was from Arizona, and his widow was in Phoenix at the time of the accident.
President Charlotte FieldEdit
- President in: Long Shot
- First female President, elected to office in 2020.
- Born and raised in Washington, D.C.
- Previously served as United States Secretary of State under President Chambers, being the youngest person appointed to the office.
- Married to First Gentleman Fred Field (né Flarsky), a speechwriter and former journalist she began seeing romantically during her tenure with the State Department.
- Championed the Global Rehabilitation Initiative, a radical environmentalist policy to which she was able to convince many countries to join as signatories.
- Played by: Charlize Theron
- Political Party: Democratic
President Robert FieldingEdit
- President in: Command & Conquer
- During his time in office, he spearheads the Global Defense Initiative and the White House comes under attack from the Brotherhood of Nod.
President John FieldsEdit
President Mallard FillmoreEdit
- President of the United Species of America in Captain Carrot and his Amazing Zoo Crew.
- A duck, Fillmore's name is a play on Millard Fillmore. No relation to the similarly named Mallard Fillmore comic strip.
- Former president referenced in the book Thank You for Smoking by Christopher Buckley.
- Assassinated around the time of the Kennedy assassination.
- Uncle of Senator Finesterre, who is engaged in a sex scandal.
- Grandfather of Vermont Senator Ortolan K. Finesterre, the other Senator Finesterre's nephew, and the former Governor of Vermont.
- President in the 2018 video game Red Dead Redemption 2.
- Served as president some time before the setting of the game.
- Only appears on the Prominent Americans Cigarette Card Set.
- Political party: Unknown
President Gerald FitzhughEdit
- United States President in the Left Behind series by Tim LaHaye and Jerry B. Jenkins, End of State political spin-off by Neesa Hart, and the film Left Behind: World at War
- Played by: Louis Gossett, Jr.
- Fitzhugh became a figurehead and lame duck after his powers were removed by Global Community Grand Potentate and Antichrist Nicolae Carpathia. He then secretly controlled anti-Carpathia militia and revolted against the world ruler, initiating World War III. He was ultimately killed in retaliatory strikes by the G.C.
- Party: Probably Democrat
President John V. Fitz-KennethEdit
- President in the story "The Singular Events Which Occurred In The Hovel On The Alley Off Of Eye Street" by Avram Davidson (1964)
- Monarchial President of an alternate history United States in which magic works - and is controlled by ruthless CEO's of multinational corporations.
- Rough analogue of John Kennedy, being crowned in this timeline's Washington, D.C. on January 1961.
President Maddie FitzpatrickEdit
- In an episode of The Suite Life of Zack & Cody, she is imagined as the President of the United States, after her campaign was funded by the crook Hot Peppers Delio.
- One of her campaign managers was Zack Martin, who later is jealous when she kisses someone other than him.
- Played By: Ashley Tisdale
President Fletcher J. FletcherEdit
- President in: A Planet for the President (2004 novel by Alistair Beaton)
- Fletcher is president during a period of massive global climate change. During administration, a category 5 hurricane destroys the entire city of New Orleans, killing thousands. Fletcher drinks alcohol and is a devout Christian who hates liberals and has a gay son. He appears to be a thinly disguised take on George W. Bush.
- To solve the global environmental crisis, the Fletcher administration unleashes a massive biological pandemic, saving only the United States; in the end, the virus kills all humans on the planet except President Fletcher.
- Party: Possibly Republican; possibly Democratic; possibly Reform
President Harrison FordEdit
- President in: Scary Movie 3
- Appears as only a portrait of actor Harrison Ford as a former US President in the White House; the current president says, "I wonder what President Ford would have done?" This is a reference to Ford's role as President James Marshall in the 1997 film 'Air Force One.
- President in: Frisky Dingo
- A scheming, greedy, border-line insane, elderly man, he usurped the presidency from President Taqu'il, by poisoning the Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tem of the Senate, and shooting down Air Force One with a rocket launcher, while the President, Vice Cabinet, and the Cabinet were on board, making him resident via succession as Secretary of Homeland Security.
- Voiced by Mr. Ford, who is the next door neighbor to the show's production company, 7030 Productions.
President Robert FogertyEdit
President Herbert ForrestEdit
- President in: Superman Annual #3 (vol. 2) [DC Comics 1991]
- A former Senator who uses the nuclear destruction of Metropolis as an issue to win the Presidency.
- Sparked by the death of Lois Lane and all his friends, Superman begins to remove all nuclear weapons from Earth.
- President Forrest asks Batman to stop Superman after he causes the death of US sailors while disarming a nuclear missile submarine.
- Party: Republican
President Emily ForresterEdit
President James FosterEdit
- President in: Chasing Liberty
- Foster is married to Michelle Foster and has one daughter, Anna.
- Popular second-term president with a 63% approval rating.
- Played by: Mark Harmon
President William FosterEdit
President Jonathan Robert "Bob" FowlerEdit
- President in: The Sum of All Fears
- Former governor of Ohio and when president, the city of Denver (Baltimore in the film version) was destroyed by a nuclear device.
- Party - Democratic (unnamed in novel, but most likely Democrat)
- (in the novel) Ordered a nuclear strike on Iran during the crisis, but was countermanded by CIA Deputy Director Jack Ryan and later resigned. In the sequel, Debt of Honor, he has been replaced by his vice president Roger Durling.
- Played by: James Cromwell
President Clementine Searcy FoxEdit
- President in: First Hubby, a novel by Roy Blount, Jr.
- First female president
President-Elect MacArthur FoyleEdit
- President-Elect in The People's Choice by Jeff Greenfield.
- Dies from a blood clot after breaking his leg in a horse riding accident before taking office.
- Party: Republican.
- President in: Death Race 2000, a 1975 film
- Former contestant in a road race that scored points on running over people.
- Only three-time winner of the Continental Road Race, only survivor of the 20th Anniversary Continental Road Race run in the year 2000.
- Became President when he ran over the dictatorial Mr. President, who had been in office since the World Crash of 1979.
- Played by David Carradine
President Benjamin FranklinEdit
- President on Children's Hospital, Season 3 Episode 14
- Mentioned in a Newsreaders segment on Children's Hospital to have been shot in the head after leaving office.
President Harriet FranklinEdit
- President in: the disaster movie Airline Disaster (2010)
- She has to decide between family and the safety of the people in the cities below, when she learns the plane her brother is piloting has been skyjacked.
President Hunter FranklinEdit
- President on BET's Tyler Perry's The Oval
- 46th President of the United States since January 20, 2021
- Previously served as 72nd Governor of Virginia from January 11, 2014 to January 13, 2018
- Graduated from Virginia Tech University
- Married to Victoria Franklin, an African American
- Father of two children: Jason and Gayle Franklin
- Political Party Affiliation: Unknown
- Portrayed by Ed Quinn
President Hugh FranklingEdit
- President in the book The Whole Truth by John Ehrlichman
- Refused to resign after a scandal.
President D. Nolan FraserEdit
- Elected President in 2000 in the book The Venus Belt by L. Neil Smith.
- The Mayor of Denver, his platform was to restore the personal liberties seen in Smith's first book in the series, The Probability Broach.
- Party: Propertarian (a stand-in for the real-life Libertarian Party).
President Edgar FrazierEdit
- President in the novel Seven Days in May (1962) by Fletcher Knebel and Charles W. Bailey, Jr..
- Served after President Kennedy, and elected in 1968.
- During his term the Soviet Union invaded Iran. This led to the Iranian War between the US and the Soviets, and the division of Iran between a Communist North and a Free South.
- Lost the 1972 election to Ohio Governor Jordan Lyman largely because of the outcome of the Iranian War.
- Party: Republican
President Ferris F. FremontEdit
- President in: Radio Free Albemuth by Philip K. Dick
- Based loosely upon Richard Nixon, Fremont is a paranoid who turns the US into a Stalinesque police state to crush a nonexistent conspiracy. "F" being the sixth letter of the alphabet, his initials spell out 666.
President Max Frost (Max Jacob Flatow Jr)Edit
- President in: Wild in the Streets
- Played by Christopher Jones
- Popular rock star, gets minimum age for President reduced to 20 (or so) and voting age to 14, by spiking congress's water with LSD.
- Wins presidency and interns all "oldsters" in concentration camps
President Truman Theodore FruittyEdit
- President in: Mr. Show with Bob and David
- Played by: Jay Johnston
- The eleventy-twelfth President.
- Causes a major scandal by farting.
- President in: Robert Anton Wilson's Schrödinger's Cat trilogy
- One of many presidents in this series.
- Resigned from office after he found the irrelevancy of his position.
- Based on Buckminster Fuller
President Funny ValentineEdit
- President in: "Steel Ball Run" by Hirohiko Araki
- 23rd president in an alternate timeline version of the United States
- Seeks to gather the corpse pieces of Jesus Christ in order to advance the interests of the United States