This is a list of nicknames of U.S. Presidents:

George W. Bush: Shrub, 43, Dubya, Uncurious George
Bill Clinton: Slick Willie, Bubba
George H. W. Bush: 41, Poppy, Resumé Candidate
Ronald Reagan: The Gipper, The Great Communicator, Ronnie Raygun, Teflon President
Jimmy Carter: Peanut President
Gerald Ford: Jerry, Mr. Nice Guy
Richard Nixon: Tricky Dick
Lyndon B. Johnson: LBJ, Landslide Lyndon
John F. Kennedy: JFK
Dwight D. Eisenhower: Ike
Harry S Truman: Give 'Em Hell Harry
Franklin D. Roosevelt: FDR
Herbert Hoover: Hermit Author of Palo Alto, Great Humanitarian
Calvin Coolidge: Silent Cal
Warren G. Harding: President Hardly
Woodrow Wilson: Schoolmaster of Politics, Coiner of Weasel Words
William Howard Taft: Big Bill
Theodore Roosevelt: Teddy, TR, Trustbuster
William McKinley: Idol of Ohio, Stocking-footed Orator
Benjamin Harrison: White House Iceberg, Kid Gloves Harrison
Grover Cleveland: Hangman of Buffalo, Veto President, Uncle Jumbo
Chester A. Arthur: Gentleman Boss
James A. Garfield: Preacher President, Boatman Jim
Rutherford B. Hayes: Old Eight to Seven, Rutherfraud
Ulysses S. Grant: U.S. Grant, Unconditional Surrender Grant
Andrew Johnson: Father of the Homestead Act, Tennessee Tailor
Abraham Lincoln: Honest Abe, the Log-Splitter, Great Emancipator
James Buchanan: Ten-cent Jimmy, Old Public Functionary
Franklin Pierce: Young Hickory of the Granite Hills
Millard Fillmore: His Accidency, Wool-Carder President
Zachary Taylor: Old Rough and Ready, Old Zach
James K. Polk: Young Hickory, Napoleon of the Stump
John Tyler: His Accidency
William Henry Harrison: Tippecanoe
Martin Van Buren: Machiavellian Belshazzar, Red Fox of Kinderhook
Andrew Jackson: Old Hickory, Hero of New Orleans
John Quincy Adams: Old Man Eloquent
James Monroe: Last of the Cocked Hats
James Madison: Father of the Constitution
Thomas Jefferson: Father of the Declaration of Independence
John Adams: His Rotundity, Atlas of Independence
George Washington: Father of His Country, Sword of the Revolution