D.Theodore Roosevelt and William McKinley
The annual speech that the president gives to the congress is known as the State of the Union. The speech allows presidents to report the condition of the nation and to outline their legislative agenda and priorities.
Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, the holiday became popularly known as Presidents' Day after it was moved as part of 1971's Uniform Monday Holiday Act, an attempt to create more three-day weekends for the nation's workers.
Jackson's unofficial advisors were known as: "the Kitchen Cabinet".
For purely political advice, presidents mostly rely on their White House staff. There is a position known as senior advisor which David Axelrod holds in the Obama White House. Congressional leaders from his party may be helpful as well.
Egyptian presidents are known as pharaohs.
Andrew Jackson had a group of confidants and advisers that were not cabinet secretaries so people called them his kitchen cabinet.
His advisers were known as the "brain trust".
South Africa, South West Africa, Rhodesia. (as they were then known). Namibia, Zimbabwe, Russia (advisors), Cuba, China (advisors)(to little extent), Angola, Mozambique, Malawi, Tanzania. I also believe that Vietnam sent "advisors".
The Federalist favored ratification of the newly drafted Constitution. Those that opposed the United States Constitution were known as the Anti-Federalist.
Presidents' Day (officially known as "Washington's Birthday", but also known as "President's Day" and "Presidents Day") commemorates the accomplishments of the various Presidents of the United States.It mostly honors presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
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Originally Presidents' Day was known as Washington's Birthday. It was declared a federal holiday by Congress in 1880. Washington's Birthday became known popularly as Presidents' Day in the 1980s, but it was never changed on a Federal level.