PEOTUS

What does PEOTUS stand for?

President-elect of the United States

Have you ever heard the term PEOTUS and wondered what it meant? Well, it simply stands for President-elect of the United States. This acronym is used to mention the person who is chosen to be the next president but hasn’t taken office yet. They are termed as PEOTUS until the inauguration day in January.

The term is quite handy when it comes to saving time while typing or speaking. For example, news reporters find it quite useful to quickly refer to the incoming president without any confusion. A significant advantage of using the term PEOTUS is that it helps in distinguishing between the current president and the next one.

Moreover, it prevents any misunderstanding that might occur when we just say “president”. The term “president” is a broad one and can refer to the president of a company, an organization or another country. But when you say PEOTUS, it specifically points to the person who will be the next President of the United States.

Example for using ‘PEOTUS’ in a conversation

Hey, did you hear about the new PEOTUS?

Yeah, I saw the news! Can’t wait for the inauguration!

Same here! It’s exciting to see who will be the next POTUS.

Definitely! PEOTUS is a helpful term to make it clear we’re talking about the next president.