The President of the United States is the head of state and head of government of the United States. The president leads the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces.
|Robert Thorn mentions that his old college roommate is President of the United States during the time frame of the film. When Robert and his wife Katherine die and are given a funeral in the U.S., the U.S. President attends the funeral with his wife and the Thorns' son Damien.|
After the U.S. Ambassador to Great Britain commits suicide, the U.S. President personally offers Damien Thorn at the White House the position of new Ambassador. Damien agrees on the condition that he is also made President of the UN Youth Council (which the U.S. President reluctantly agrees to).
|Steven Haines, the U.S. President is Robert Thorn's godfather. After Robert and his wife Katherine's deaths, the U.S. President attends their funeral in the U.S. along with the Thorns' young son Damien.|
- In both the 1976 and 2006 Omen films, as well as The Final Conflict, it is not mentioned which President it is that is featured in each one. However, the President in the 1976 film was most likely either Gerald Ford (if the film does indeed take place in 1976), or Harry Truman (if the film takes place in 1949 - 1954, as is indicated in The Final Conflict and the film novelizations). The President in The Final Conflict is most likely Ronald Reagan (or, judging by his appearance and the year in which The Final Conflict was made, Jimmy Carter); and the President in the 2006 Omen remake is most likely George W. Bush.