Check out below for a quick bio of the members of President Jeff and his Administration. You can also follow President Jeff on G+.
On a more conspiratorial note, Redditor ElucidatedBrethren is known to shill for the President as well.
The Inner Circle
In the midst of a depressing presidential campaign season, President-to-be Jeff boldly took upon himself the challenge of accepting a dare from his friends: submit his name for consideration to an essentially defunct but still legally recognized Reform Party. With no other challengers, he won the nomination. After the initial shock, Candidate Jeff set forth his economic stimulus plan which involved selling his homemade jelly to the country. Plus something about being honest. The rest, as they say, is stupid.
Vice President Billy:
|Vice President Billy visiting firefighters battling tragic Midwestern forest fires.
Described by the Chief Justice of the Supreme Court as a man with inexplicable self-confidence, Vice President Billy came to office with, if it were possible, less political acumen than President Jeff. Like all the rest of the new administration’s inner circle, Vice President Billy is in way over his head. But unlike the others, he doesn’t seem to mind.
Secretary of State Eckles
Former President Clinton raves that Secretary of State Eckles “looks like a guy I knew once.” Shortly after President Jeff’s Inauguration, Colin Powell personally invited Secretary-to-be Eckles to stop throwing up by his car. Eckles stands out from President Jeff’s other appointments in that he actually does know that there are more countries in the world than are depicted on Risk.
National Security Adviser, Admiral Bamm
Rumor has it that Chief of Staff Stacy begged Admiral Bamm to stay on as President Jeff’s National Security Adviser, even after Vice President Billy called him “Popeye.”
Chief of Staff Stacy
Secretary Stacy served under the previous administration as a deputy chief of staff. After helping the new president find one of his escaped chickens (long story), Jeff asked Stacy to stay on as his “fully deputized Chief of Staff.” Stacy, a former Marine, sensed that to abandon the new President was to abandon the country to a farcical, embarrassing political theater with no hope for redemption. Since Congress had that act covered, he agreed to stay on.