|Piyush "Bobby" Jindal|
|45th President of the United States|
January 20th, 2017-2021
|Vice President:||Gary E. Johnson (2017-2021)|
|Preceded by:||Barack Obama|
|Succeeded by:||Laura Killearney|
|Governor of Louisiana|
January 14, 2008 - December 20, 2017
|Preceded by:||Steve Scalise|
|Succeeded by:||Kathleen Blanco|
|Born:||June 10th, 1971 |
Baton Rouge, Louisiana
|Alma mater:||Brown University (B.A.)|
Oxford University (M.Litt.)
|Occupation:||Consultant (Business), Politician|
Throughout his one term as president, the main focus of his term was stability and, more importantly, dealing with the Oil Crisis of 2015-2022. During that time, Gas prices went from $3.21 per gallon to an average of $7.80 per gallon.
Relations remained tense with teh Eurasian nation after the fraudulent elections of 2013 and 2017, both of which were followed by rioting and both of whick lead to heavy-handed brutality. despite the Republican victories in the congressional elections, all proposals for the Bering Oil Pipeline to import oil from Russia were rejected almost before they went to the comitees. Relations were tense, especially after the Russians started drilling for oil in international waters in the Arctic Ocean.
One of the few brilliant successes of the administration, the invasion of Zimbabwe was one of the few operations in tecent years that went off without a hitch. After Robert Mugabe died, he named his successor one Richard Bhokana. If anything, Bhokana was even more heavy-handed than Mugabe.