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The President of the United States appears in The Unnaturals, where he watches the Little League baseball games (Cannons against Squires), and the Squires' Coach clones him into a robot. He is protected by the Secret Service.
It appears that he was created as to not have a real life counterpart in appearance or personality.
In the episode The Unnaturals, the President appeared as a Caucasian, middle aged, grey-haired man with glasses and a red tie.
Later, in the same year, the Cartoon Network Action Pack comics published a story also featuring the President. In that he had darker, though still greying hair, and sported a striped red/blue tie, with a flag pin. In this comic, we don't see the entirety of his face, though it seems as though he isn't wearing any glasses.
Max mentions the President is a big fan of baseball, explaining his visit during The Unnaturals. In that episode, he is depicted as a relatively stiff and unemotional man.
Though somewhat obscured by his glasses, in the scan of him, we see he has blue eyes.
In the non canon comics, he's portrayed as being an old friend of Max's and down to Earth, offering the Tennysons inside the White House. Ben and Gwen hint at him having known Max during his time as a Plumber.
During the events of The Unnaturals, the Forever Knights, lead by Enoch, attempted to take control of the White House by replacing the President with a robotic duplicate, during one of his, apparently regular, visits to a baseball game. This plot is foiled by Ben, Gwen, and Max, who's credit gets given to Cash and J.T. to Ben's chagrin.
Though potentially non canon, the comics Monkey Business shows us that the President knew Max during his days as a Plumber, and is still friendly to the present. A secret Max only vaguely hints towards his grandchildren until the end of story.
In the present of the story, the White House is under attack by sentient gun wielding Apes, lead by a omnipotent, hyper intelligent creature named Infinite Monkey. Ben once again prevents disaster by convincing Infinite Monkey that his interests don't align with his creator Dr. Animo, who is promptly arrested after Infinite Monkey flies away to create life elsewhere in the universe. The President then congratulates them and invites them in the White HouseIn this comic, it appears that this is the first time the trio have met the President, as it also is with 'The Unnaturals'. Potentially this is intended to be a separate President, with the two stories happening on either side of an election and inauguration.
- The Unnaturals (first appearance)
Cartoon Network Action Packs
- Monkey Business (not canon)
- Assuming the stories take place in the year they came out (2007), the equivalent President would have been George W. Bush.
- With Max having been intended to be the first man on the moon, it's possible that this is where he first met the President (within the comics).