U.S. Political Figures by Picture #2

Can you name the American politicians or government officials pictured below?
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Last updated: April 17, 2018
First submittedMarch 21, 2016
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Level 65
Mar 21, 2016
Much harder than the first.
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Level 52
Jan 16, 2020
got more on this one lol
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Level 82
Mar 21, 2016
You should allow "the guy with the known unknowns".
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Level 74
Aug 2, 2016
or "the guy who goes to war with the army he has, not the army he might want."
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Level 65
Aug 2, 2016
Or "Rummy".
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Level 37
Apr 14, 2016
ROTFLed at Weiner. It took me a good thirty seconds to remember about him.
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Level 59
Jun 7, 2016
Same here
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Level 85
Aug 2, 2016
Certainly not famous for any legislative achievements!
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Level 66
Aug 2, 2016
He actually was a rising star and a promising legislator before the whole ding dong issue. A lot of people thought he would be Mayor of New York City. That makes the whole fiasco even worse.
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Level 82
Jan 7, 2019
Yes he was well-known and doing a lot of good work before the sexting thing but I think joey is right that you can't argue any of that really made him "famous."
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Level 85
Aug 3, 2018
@Quizmaster: You used the wrong picture for Wiener.
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Level 80
Jun 26, 2016
Classic. I missed the only one I've actually met.
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Level 81
Aug 2, 2016
For some reason "Governor Krispy Kreme" doesn't work.
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Level 55
Aug 16, 2017
That might work for a couple of them.....
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Level 79
Aug 2, 2016
I was disappointed that Carlos Danger didn't work.
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Level 66
Aug 2, 2016
I was just going to post the same thing.
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Level 67
Jan 7, 2019
LOL! I can't even hear that name without picturing John Oliver singing it over that seventies disco hook.
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Level 35
Aug 2, 2016
Make "Little Marco" acceptable for "Marco Rubio." Please!
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Level 50
Aug 8, 2016
Too easy!
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Level 78
Aug 26, 2016
Please accept Carlos Danger for Anthony Weiner.
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Level 35
Nov 10, 2016
I tried typing little marco for Marco Rubio, but it didn't accept it. Can you accept it?
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Level 77
Apr 17, 2018
Maybe more people would get Weiner if you used some aspect of him that more people have seen pictures of...
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Level 74
Apr 19, 2018
McConnell took me the longest to remember. A couple guys on our local radio station make fun that he always sounds like he's got a big ol' June bug stuck in his throat when he talks, so I had to get him by his very local nickname...Junebug McConnell. Haha.
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Level 78
Oct 12, 2018
Here in Kentucky, we just call him Howdy Doody. I don't know anyone that will admit voting for him, but somehow he keeps getting reelected.
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Level 70
Apr 21, 2018
Tough, or tougher, for us Brits. I knew all but one name, though

I did guess a few purely by putting in US Politicians I had heard of.

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Level 62
May 9, 2018
I used to watch a lot of Stephen Colbert and Jon Stewart and now I follow John Oliver. That sure helped me get a perfect score, hah!
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Level 66
Jan 7, 2019
Our political figures have become more notorious than famous
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Level 65
Apr 22, 2018
Politicians are much like prostitutes, except prostitutes typically have more integrity and self-dignity.
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Level 85
Aug 3, 2018
And less hair product.
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Level 75
Oct 1, 2018
You mispelled Turtleface.
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Level 67
Jan 7, 2019
Supreme court justices would object to being classified as "political figures"; (even though they are!)
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Level 66
Jan 7, 2019
Please accept Carlos Danger for Anthony Weiner
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Level 73
Jan 7, 2019
Well, I got one...
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Level 79
Jan 7, 2019
Mitch McConnell has the most snivelly, dishonest, sheister face that I have ever seen.
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Level 79
Jan 7, 2019
You misspelled Pelosi
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Level 63
Jan 8, 2019
McConnell looks like some creature wearing his skin, trying to appear human. Like that dude from MIB.
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Level 65
Jan 8, 2019
Interesting characteristics of the choices: 11 Republicans, 4 Democrats, and 1 other. Whenever anything is skewed in one way or another, it's difficult not to wonder what's functioning to skew the selection.
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Level 82
Jan 8, 2019
it's not that difficult. Not like it's impossible that it could have just been random chance.
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Level 61
Jan 8, 2019
Please accept "The turtle guy from The Master of Disguise"
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Level 69
Jan 8, 2019
Please accept "Cocaine Mitch"
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Level 37
Apr 3, 2019
I finally got Romney!!! (could never remember his name), but forgot Ralph Nader.
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Level 69
Apr 22, 2020
I know exactly none of them
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Level 85
Jan 26, 2021
One former Vice President pictured here just got far more recognition.