no it is 'FDR'
Harry Truman called his program the fair deal, after FDR's new deal and Theodore Roosevelt's square deal.
It all depends on which Roosevelt. Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt, the 26th President, served between 1901-1909 Franklin Delano Roosevelt (often called F.D.R.), the 32nd President, served between 1933-1945
No he hated being called "Abe" so no one called him Abe to his face especially his family and friends. He got the nickname Honest Abe but he didn't like being called Abe Lincoln so nobody called him Abe to his face.
FDR--Franklin D. Roosevelt
John F. Kennedy was often called "Jack"/
Franklin Delano Roosevelt
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The New Deal.
Franklin Roosevelt's new policies were called the New Deal.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt didn't have a nickname. Most people just called him Franklin as did the general American public. He loved the poor and did great things. He was everyone's friend. You might be thinking of Theodore Roosevelt whose nickname was Teddy because he loved to hunt and one day a bear was set loose in the White House woods. The man wanted Theodore to kill it but Teddy instead set it free. A short while after this the first teddy bear was made in honor of TR.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (Democrat, President 1933-1945) called his package of social programs the new deal.
Franklin Delano Roosevelt (often called by his initials, FDR).
Hoover in l928 or maybe 32 and later, of course, Franklin Delano Roosevelt or Presidelt as some wags called him. Hoover bestowed on her the Distinguished Flying Cross. She was the first female and only non-Service honoree.
They were called "Fireside Chats".
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he tried all different plans called the new deal which included acts to get us out of the depression.