Former US President Franklin D. Roosevelt had a number of political nicknames, such as "Houdini In the White House," the "Squire of Hyde Park," and "That Man in the White House." Roosevelt, who was president from 1933 to 1945, was elected for four consecutive terms. The president was born in Hyde Park, a town located in upstate New York, which is why he was referred to as the "Squire of Hyde Park."
Roosevelt was certainly not the only US president to have been given nicknames. Roosevelt's successor, Harry Truman, was referred to as "Haberdasher Harry," while FDR's predecessor, Herbert Hoover, was often called "The Chief."
Contemporary American presidents have also been assigned nicknames. As a sign that this tradition still lives on today, George W. Bush boasts more nicknames than any other American president. These names including "Shrub," "George II" and "Chimpy." In each case, a president's nickname often suggests an aspect of the leader's character, or the way in which he has been perceived by the public.
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One of them is teddy. I got this nickname from night at the museum 1 and 2