|President of the United States|
|Term of Office:||June 13, 1945 - June 13, 1952|
|Successor:||Martin A. Trent|
|Vice President of the United States|
|Term of Office:||May 22, 1940 - June 13, 1945|
|Born:|| November 16, 1895
|Died:|| September 3, 1980
|Residences:||Michigan, Maryland, Utah, Israel|
Ráb Maitland Cairo (November 16, 1895 - September 3, 1980) was the 33rd President of the United States, serving from 1945 to 1952. He served as Vice President from 1942 to 1945 under Corbin Crawford, until Crawford's resignation when Cairo took over as President and was subsequently re-elected in the 1946 election. Under Cairo, the U.S. successfully recovered from WWII, tensions with the Soviet Union increased and the Cold War began as a result.
Later in life, Cairo became involved with the Bahá'í Faith and lived in Israel for the last seven years of his life working at the Universal House of Justice.