Teddy, eventually, yes—but he was too young to take office immediately.
Next month a new president—Enrique Peña Nieto—will take office, and many pray that the violence will ease.
As he prepares to take office, the ongoing economic collapse worsens.
And one of the admirers, it appears, is his successor, the guy who will take office in a couple of weeks.
Obama would surely rather not take office with such a mess and be dragged into slippery Middle East intrigues.
We by no means necessarily desert our social duty when we refuse to take office, or to confer it.
The result was that Mr. Harrison will take office if you will.
When his people are in power, he will have to take office and wear the shackles.
Should you consent to take office, I think you need not fear the result.
He made an attempt to enlist Hardwicke and Newcastle, but they would not take office without their party.