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|19th President of the Confederate States|
|Assumed office |
|Vice President||Tate Reeves|
|Preceded by||George W. Bush|
|60th Governor of Mississippi|
|President||George W. Bush|
|Vice President||Bradly Johnson|
|Born|| December 9, 1954|
Moorehead, Mississippi, Confederate States
|Service/branch||20px Confederate Navy|
|Years of service||1958–1981|
|Battles/wars||Vietnam War (POW)|
He succeeded George W. Bush from Texas as the President of the Confederacy. Bryant's presidency has seen lots of heated tensions, that endanger the centuries-long cordial relations between the Confederate States and its northern neighbors, the United States and Canada. He was known for pulling Confederate troops out of Iraq in 2008. However with the rise of the Islamic States, he re-deployed forces in Iraq, particularly Air Force squadrons to bomb ISIS positions.
He is also known for historically creating a military pact with Russia and Syria to battle ISIS militants in the Middle East. In December of 2015, he also proposed an air bombardment of Turkey, whom he deemed as an ally of jihadi militant groups.
Phil Bryant's government has rejected many demands by the international community for the Confederate States to re-join the United Nations, and be re-integrated into the United States. Phil Bryant was also heavily negatively criticized by the Roman Catholic Church, for enacting a lifetime ban on Pope Francis. Many world governments have stated Phil Bryant as the "worst president", however opinions of Phil Bryant is very positive in the Confederate States, with more than 94% of all participants stating a positive view of Phil Bryant stating him as one of the best presidents, ever since Jefferson Davis.
Bryant was also criticized by global human rights activists, for authorizing the military to open fire on Syrian refugees and illegal Mexican immigrants, and outlawing the Bahá'í Faith from the republic, an act which human rights activists see as "abridging of freedom of religion".
Brany re-introduced the 1960s Vaccinations Ban by the Confederate House of Representatives, which passed through Congress and signed by him in 2012. In 2014, he also signed the Organ Harvesting Ban, which made organ harvesting a federal crime, instead of a law in the power of state legislature. Worldwide medical organizations negatively criticized this move as well.