- For the real life actor, see Robert Redford (Actor).
Robert Redford has been the President of the United States for 26 years in a version of the United States where cell phones and the internet have been outlawed, and costumed heroes are now banned.
Robert Redford is the longest serving President in American history, serving for the equivalent of 6 terms since taking office. The next longest serving presidents are Richard Nixon who served 5 terms, and Franklin Delano Roosevelt who served 4. As of 2019, President Redford is 83 years old, making him the oldest President in US history.
| Preceded by|
Gerald R. Ford
| Robert Redford|
January 20, 1993 - Present
| Succeeded by|
- In July 2019, it was announced that Robert Redford would come out of retirement and play a fictionalized version of himself who became President of the United States. 
- Presumably, like the real life-Robert Redford, the fictionalized version of his character likely shares the same birthday.
- He is the longest-serving President of the United States, having been elected in 1992.