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Saw this on the BBC News this morning: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42889684

Made me wonder, what other leaders have nicknames like this.

If possible I'd like to keep this clean, positive and free of overt politics Smile
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On Feb 2, 2018, rboyd wrote:
Saw this on the BBC News this morning: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-42889684

Made me wonder, what other leaders have nicknames like this.

If possible I'd like to keep this clean, positive and free of overt politics Smile


Yeah, sure.

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I believe Roosevelt use to refer to Stalin as Uncle Joe.
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El Dolce - (The sweet one) Musolini....
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Hey Cliff, I think you got both the spelling and the translation wrong.
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For me to misspell something is no surprise. perhaps it was El Duce? Pronounced Doe-che. I am pretty sure the sweet one was his nickname.
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Yes, and the German leader was known as The Furry One.
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Your closer Cliff.

It's Il Duce (the leader)
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I'm scared to ask what others called our 36th President, Johnson...

;)
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I'm scared to ask what others called our 36th President, Johnson...

;)


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On Feb 14, 2018, Jonathan Townsend wrote:
I'm scared to ask what others called our 36th President, Johnson...

;)


Mr. President

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