Famous Republicans - List of Famous Republicans - page 10

Republicans is a word used to collectively refer to the members of the Republican Party, one of the two major political outfits in the United States. The Republicans have always locked horns with the Democrats during every presidential election and just like the Democratic Party, the Republicans too have millions of supporters across the United States. It has been observed that the Republicans have constantly tried to promote capitalism and strived for improvement in trade. The legendary Abraham Lincoln was the first Republican candidate to be elected to the President’s office. The current president of the United States, Donald Trump, is also a member of the president of the Republican Party. Richard Nixon, Dwight D Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan are a few other famous republican leaders.

Donald Trump, Abraham Lincoln and Richard Nixon are a few famous Republicans.

The Most Famous Republicans

NameBirthdayNationalityBio
Simon BolivarJuly 24, 1783VenezuelanSimón Bolívar was a Venezuelan military leader who was instrumental in independence of several Latin American countries from the Spanish rule
Nizar QabbaniMarch 21, 1923SyrianNizar Qabbani was a poet, and is one among the most honoured men in the Arab Literary world
Horace MannMay 4, 1796AmericanHorace Mann was an American education reformer and politician
W. Clement StoneMay 4, 1902AmericanW Clement Stone was a successful businessman, philanthropist and self-help book author
Buzz AldrinJanuary 20, 1930AmericanBuzz Aldrin was a US Astronaut and was the second man to set foot on the moon
William RutoDecember 21, 1966KenyanWilliam Ruto is a politician who hails from Kenya and is the first Deputy President of the Republic of Kenya
Jackie RobinsonJanuary 31, 1919AmericanJackie Robinson was the first African-American to play in the Major League Baseball (MLB)
Lennart MeriMarch 29, 1929EstonianLennart Meri was the Second President of Estonia and a famous writer-filmmaker, known for his travelogues
Pat RobertsonMarch 22, 1930AmericanPat Robertson is a media mogul who hosts the Christian News, ‘The 700 Club’
Spiro AgnewNovember 9, 1918AmericanSpiro Agnew was an American politician who served as the 39th Vice President of the United States, from 1969 to 1973
John Ford

John Ford

John Ford was an award-winning Irish-American filmmaker

John Foster Dulles

John Foster Dulles was an influential U.S

AmericanFebruary 25, 1888195 views

John Dean

John Dean was the White House Counsel for President Richard Nixon, who was involved in the infamous, Watergate Scandal.

AmericanOctober 14, 1938150 views

Jackie Robinson

Jackie Robinson was the first African-American to play in the Major League Baseball (MLB)

AmericanJanuary 31, 1919271 views

Horace Mann

Horace Mann was an American education reformer and politician

AmericanMay 4, 1796311 views

Ginger Rogers

Ginger Rogers was an award-winning American dancer, singer and actress

AmericanJuly 16, 1911187 views

Edward Everett

Edward Everett was an American politician, educator, pastor and diplomat who served as a U.S

AmericanApril 11, 1794138 views

Dick Cheney

Dick Cheney was the 46th Vice President of the United States and close associate of President George W

AmericanJanuary 30, 1941179 views