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It's fine, as long as it's clear that it's fiction As far as I know, titles such as "Mr. President" aren't specifically restricted in any way. That said, there are a few relevant laws here regarding impersonating government officials or using the seals of government offices. Generally speaking, they prohibit doing things that are intended to ...


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Many states have laws providing for a residence for their governors, but I know of no state that mandates the use of those homes. Oregon's previous governor, for instance, lived in Portland rather than the governor's mansion, Mahonia Hall. Some cities do the same. In New York City, Mayor Bill De Blasio lives at Gracie Mansion, but Mike Bloomberg never did. ...


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Which members of the American government are required by law or tradition to live in a specific location beyond the President? In addition to the President, the Vice President, Governors, some Mayors, and most college presidents, here are some others: Secret service members often have accommodations provided by the government to allow them to carry out ...


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