|Claire H. Underwood|
|47th President of the United States|
since March 15, 2017
|Vice President||Mark Usher (presumably)|
|Preceded by||Frank Underwood|
Claire H. Underwood
Unknown date in 1965 (age 52) Texas, United States of America
|Residence||The White House|
|Profession||President of the United States|
Claire Hale Underwood (born 1965) is the 47th and current President of the United States, assuming office on March 15, 2017, after the resignation of her husband Francis Underwood. She is the first woman to serve as President. Prior to this she served as the 51st Vice President of the United States, Acting President of the United States, 46th First Lady of the United States, and the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations. Before moving into the White House, she was the Chief Executive Officer of Clean Water Initiative until she handed it over to her Office Manager Gillian Cole.
A few days into her tenure, she oversaw the US killing of Ahmed Al Ahmadi and announced a troop surge in Syria in an address from the White House. She was initially expected to announce a pardon of Frank Underwood but later changed her mind.