Office of the President
President Noah Grace
Noah Grace is the 33rd President of the United States of America. A former U.S. Senator from Montana, and Commander-in-Chief during the Great World War (World War II). By 1940, Noah Grace was elected as president on the Republican ticket after narrowly defeating incumbent Franklin Roosevelt through an aggressive campaign that ridiculed Roosevelt as a warmonger and criticized his apparent plans to include the USA in further world events. Grace established a strict isolationist policy that lasted more than a decade, approved the creation of the Liberty Defense Perimeter, made broadcasts known as "Evening Conversations" on the radio to calm the public as well as to suppress any knowledge of the Communists, and enacted a ban on immigration by refugees of the war.