|President of the United States|
Two terms between 2025–2041
|Preceded by||Eventually Selina Meyer|
|Succeeded by||Eventually Richard Splett|
|United States Senator|
from New York
|Appointed by||Brendan O'Boyle|
|Preceded by||George Bond|
|New York State Senator|
|President of the Queens Borough|
|New York City Councilwoman|
|U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York|
|Queens District Attorney|
|Born||Oluwakemi Talibah Talbot|
|Children||Lars • Abebi|
|Alma mater||Columbia University|
Columbia Law School
|Awards||Legislator of the Year (2015)|
|“||As a woman, and a woman of color...||”|
Oluwakemi Talibah Talbot is an American lawyer and politician who served two terms as president of the United States sometime between 2025 and 2041. Previously, she was a U.S. Senator from New York since 2013, the United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York until 1999, and served as a councilwoman, president of the Queens Borough, and as a New York State Senator.
Talbot ran in the 2020 presidential primaries, coming in a close second place to Selina Meyer. Assuming no president besides herself in between 2025 and 2041 served less than one term, she would either be the 48th, 49th, or 50th president. She also served as the first non-white president of the United States, as well as the third female president.
Background[edit | edit source]
Personal[edit | edit source]
Talbot is the daughter of a Nigerian mother and a Norwegian father. Selina referred to her as "tri-ethnic". She grew up in Queens, New York. When she was 16, Talbot accidentally killed her high school boyfriend with her car, decapitating him.
She graduated at the top of her class at both Columbia University and Columbia Law School, which she attended on a scholarship.
Talbot's husband Gordon is a neurosurgeon. The Talbot's have adopted two special needs children, Lars and Abebi.
Professional[edit | edit source]
Talbot became the Queens District Attorney and eventually the U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York, a position she served as until 1999, when she became a city councilwoman and eventually Queens Borough President, for two years until 2007.
In 2006, Talbot was elected to the New York State Senate. In 2013, Senator George Bond resigned after being implicated in the Hungarian Arms-for-Sex Scandal. Governor Brendan O'Boyle appointed Talbot to fill Bond's unexpired term.
2020 presidential campaign[edit | edit source]
See also: Kemi Talbot 2020 presidential campaign
In April 2019, Talbot attended the 16th Annual Discovery Weekend in Aspen, Colorado, where she was encouraged to run for president by Felix Wade.
Upon her campaign announcement, Talbot received overwhelming support. Despite losing the first primary debate in May 2019 to former president Selina Meyer, Talbot managed to maintain a lead in the polls against Meyer and managed to win the Iowa caucus in February 2020. Talbot was defeated in the New Hampshire primary and the South Carolina primary, despite being heavily favored to win in the latter. Unbeknownst to Talbot, the Chinese government had been interfering in the primaries to ensure a Meyer nomination so Meyer loses in the general election to Laura Montez.
Talbot finished the primaries with 1,785 delegates, in second place behind Meyer. Neither Talbot nor Meyer crossed the 2,368 delegate threshold to secure the party's nomination. At the 2020 National Convention in July 2020, Talbot encouraged the Justice Department to reopen it's investigation into the Meyer Fund. After acquiring the delegates supporting Jonah Ryan and Buddy Calhoun, Meyer was able to achieve the party's nomination. In doing so, Meyer had to sacrifice her longtime confidant Gary Walsh to the FBI.
Presidency[edit | edit source]
|Presidency of Kemi Talbot|
|Two terms between 2025–2041|
|Election||2024, 2028, 2032, or 2036|
|← Selina Meyer • Richard Splett →|
|Seal of the President|
Talbot was elected president in either the 2024, 2028, or 2032 presidential election. She was re-elected in either the 2028, 2032, or 2036 presidential election. Talbot was the first non-white American to serve as president of the United States. Talbot's personal and official integrity, as well as her successful re-election, makes it likely that she was a popular president.
Post-presidency[edit | edit source]
At the funeral of Selina Meyer in 2045, Talbot was selected to deliver Meyer's eulogy. This was likely a dig at Meyer's personal distaste for Talbot.
Political positions[edit | edit source]
Despite Talbot's political party being occupied by those from all over the political spectrum, Talbot's political positions appear to be staunchly liberal. All of her political positions are outlined on the Kemi Talbot campaign website.
Energy and environmental policy[edit | edit source]
Talbot supports a carbon tax on polluting industries and preserving national parks and wilderness areas. Talbot is also a proponent for implementing green energy sources like solar, tidal, wind, and geothermal power.
Education[edit | edit source]
Talbot supports Universal Pre-K education, tightening restrictions on for-profit colleges, and advocating blanket forgiveness for past-due college loans.
Other positions[edit | edit source]
Talbot supports expanding federal funding for medical and scientific research. She also introduced important initiatives in the area of campaign finance reform, urban redevelopment, curtailing money laundering activities of corrupt foreign governments, improved dental care on Native-American reservations, and fast-track approval for life-saving pediatric medical treatments. She is also an advocate for LGBT rights.
Appearances[edit | edit source]
Offices and distinctions[edit | edit source]
|United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York
|New York State Senator
|United States Senator from New York
Eventually Selina Meyer
|President of the United States
Between 2025 and 2041
Eventually Richard Splett
|U.S. order of precedence (ceremonial)|
as Former President
|Order of Precedence of the United States
as Former President
as Former Vice President