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How to Address the President

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How should news organizations refer to elected officials, past and present? There’s not much consensus among print and broadcast companies, but most organizations have their own set of rules. For example, NPR’s policy is to refer to the current president as President Barack Obama the first time he’s mentioned in a news story, and thereafter as Mr. Obama. This is part of a complete episode.

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