The President Quotes in Transformers (2007)


The President Quotes:

  • The President: Yeah, could you wrangle me up some Ding-Dongs, darlin'?

  • [to prevent the bomb going off, Max knocks the orchestra conductor off the podium]

    The President: I like that tackling part!

  • The President: What did the vice-president have to say about this?

    The Chief: I'm afraid the vice-president and I had a less then cordial encounter yesterday sir.

    The President: Less then cordial you say?

    The Chief: Yes sir.

    The President: [President watches video of The Chief tackling the Vice-President on a cell phone] Whoa... I'll say.

  • Agent 99: Oh Chief...

    Agent 23: Very sweet tackle.

    The President: Look at the surprise on his face!

  • [last lines]

    [Wolverine watches a TV]

    The President: And now, it's my great pleasure to introduce the American Ambassador for the United Nations: Dr. Hank McCoy!

    Dr. Hank McCoy: Thank you...

    Logan: Way to go, furball.

  • Dr. Hank McCoy: Have you even begun to think what a slippery slope you're on?

    The President: I have. And I worry about how democracy survives when one man can move cities with his mind.

    Dr. Hank McCoy: As do I.

  • Trask: [about the upcoming raid on Magneto's camp] Two minutes to rendezvous, Mr. President. We have a satellite feed of Magneto's base of operations.

    The President: How did we find it?

    Trask: [glances at another monitor] She gave us everything we wanted and more.

    [the monitor shows Raven, fully human, undergoing a debriefing]

    The President: Hell hath no fury like a woman scorned.

  • Dr. Evil: Talk to the hand, 'cause the face don't wanna hear it anymore.

    The President: What hand? Talk to your hand?

    Dr. Evil: You ain't all that and a bag of potato chips.

    The President: What are you talking about?

    Dr. Evil: Don't go there, girlfriend.

    [snaps fingers]

    Dr. Evil: Mmhmm.

    The President: Whose girlfriend?

    Dr. Evil: Don't mess with me. I'm one crazy mo-fo. I had to pop a cop cause he wasn't giving me my props in Oaktown. No? I've heard that somewhere.

  • The President: Jiminy Jumpin' Jesus, I can't believe we're gonna pay that madman. I got nukes out the ying-yang. Just let me launch one, for God's sake.

    Commander Gilmour: Sir. Are you suggesting that we blow up the moon?

    The President: Would you miss it?

    [looks around the table]

    The President: Would you miss it?

  • Dr. Evil: Mr. President, after I destroy Washington D.C. I will destroy another major city every hour on the hour. That is, unless, of course, you pay me


    Dr. Evil: one hundred billion dollars.

    The President: [bursts with laughter] Dr. Evil, this is 1969! That amount of money doesn't even exist.


    The President: That's like saying,

    [with changed voice]

    The President: "I want a kajillion bajillion dollars."

  • The President: [on who gets punished for 'Reciprocity'] You'll take the blame. Cutter and Ritter will take some too, but it won't amount to much. They'll get a slap on the wrist and $20,000 an hour on the lecture circuit. The rest, you'll dump on Greer. Yes, you'll take him down with you. You'll *destroy* his reputation. But it won't go any further than that. It's the ol' Potomac two-step, Jack.

    Jack Ryan: I'm sorry, Mr. President, I don't dance.

  • The President: These drug cartels represent a clear and present danger to the national security of the United States.

  • The President: How dare you come in here and lecture me!

    Jack Ryan: How dare *you*, sir!

    The President: How dare you come into this office and bark at me like some little junkyard dog? I am the President of the United States!

  • James Cutter: Are you suggesting a course of action, sir?

    The President: The course of action I'd suggest is a course of action I can't suggest.

  • The President: So go down there, establish it.

    Jack Ryan: Go down where?

    The President: Colombia.

    Jack Ryan: Who, me?

  • [repeated line]

    The President: This is our money.

  • The President: Few of us are given the opportunity, even fewer the courage to sacrifice ourselves for the lives of our comrades. In daily life, even as in battle each one of us is mysteriously and irrevocably bound to our fellow man. And yet, it is only in death that the power of this bond is finally tested and proven. And who among us really knows how he might respond when the moment comes?

  • Captain Hank Garrison: Do you see this uniform sir?

    The President: Yes I do.

    Captain Hank Garrison: Those of us that wear it face death every day, prepared to die at any moment, the question is, are you, are you sir, prepared to die at any moment?

  • Captain Hank Garrison: Mister President, you are being held prisoner.

    The President: By who?

    Captain Hank Garrison: Really?

    Sergeant Downy: By us dumb ass!

  • Captain Hank Garrison: You're gonna say, "This is the President, I'm okay."

    The President: This is the President. This is more fun than a Texas rodeo.

    Captain Hank Garrison: That was real cute.

  • The President: I only have three words to say: Well done, Tony!

  • The President: Take air force one.

    Jim Richardson: Sir, Air Force one is broken

    The President: Broken?

    Jim Richardson: Yes sir.

    The President: The whole plane?

    Jim Richardson: In a sense sir, you remember where the Washington monument used to be?

  • The President: If you're with us, it is our duty to protect you. If not, THE KILLER WILL GET YOU. God bless America!

  • Press Conference Reporter: Mr. President, has it been a good visit?

    The President: Very satisfactory indeed. We got what we came for, and our special relationship is still very special.

    Press Conference Reporter: Prime Minister?

    Prime Minister: I love that word "relationship." Covers all manner of sins, doesn't it? I fear that this has become a bad relationship; a relationship based on the President taking exactly what he wants and casually ignoring all those things that really matter to, erm... Britain. We may be a small country, but we're a great one, too. The country of Shakespeare, Churchill, the Beatles, Sean Connery, Harry Potter. David Beckham's right foot. David Beckham's left foot, come to that. And a friend who bullies us is no longer a friend. And since bullies only respond to strength, from now onward I will be prepared to be much stronger. And the President should be prepared for that.

  • [to the Prime Minister, after a fruitless day of failed negotiations between Britain and America]

    The President: I'll give you anything you ask for - as long as it's not something I don't want to give.

  • Prime Minister: I'm not sure that politics and dating really go together.

    The President: Really? I never found that.

    Prime Minister: Yeah, well, the difference is you're still sickeningly handsome, whereas I look increasingly like my Aunt Mildred.

  • Prime Minister: I'm very jealous of your plane, by the way.

    The President: Oh, thank you. We love that thing, I'll tell ya.

  • [Suddenly the American football game is interrupted just before the end by Charles Dreyfus' transmission]

    The President: Call the FBI, the CIA and the Pentagon. Find out who won that game!

  • The President: We're going to look like a bunch of dipsy-doodles if this turns out to be a hoax!

    Kissinger: We would also look very foolish if we didn't take every precaution and it turned out not to be a hoax!

  • The President: I'm in the driver's seat! I'm runnin' the show! I'M THE FUCKIN' PRESIDENT!

  • The President: [while eating a meal of feces] Carlo, do this with your fingers.

    [the President sticks two fingers in his mouth]

    The President: And say, "I can't eat rice with my fingers like this."

    Male Victim: [with fingers in his mouth] I can't eat rice.

    The President: Then eat shit.

  • The Duke: [Renata is crying] Are you crying for your mama? Come, I'll console you! Come here to me!

    The President: [singing] Come, little darling to your good daddy / He'll sing you a lullaby

    The Duke: Heavens, what an opportunity you offer me. Sra Maggi's tale must be acted upon at once.

    Female Victim: Sir, Sir. Pity. Respect my grief. I'm suffering so, at my mother's fate. She died for me and I'll never see her again.

    The Duke: Undress her.

    Female Victim: Kill me! At least God, whom I implore, will pity me. Kill me, but don't dishonor me.

    The Duke: This whining's the most exciting thing I've ever heard.

  • [first lines]

    [four men, sitting at a table, each sign a booklet]

    The Duke: Your Excellency.

    The Magistrate: Mr. President.

    The President: My lord.

    The Bishop: All's good if it's excessive.

  • The President: Homage to the rear temple is often more fervent than the other.

  • [first lines]

    The President: And tonight we embark on the last and most ambitious phase of our campaign to end tyranny across the globe.

    Reporter: Mr. President, given the severity of the current crisis, what is the risk to the American population?

    The President: Our level of preparedness couldn't be higher. I am confident that we will prevail, what ever may come.

  • The President: How did you get to be a translator, Buck? You don't seem the academic type.

    Buck: [nervously] I guess I have a talent for languages, sir. I hear a language once I pick it right up. I don't even know how. They found out about it in the Army.

    The President: You sound sorry they did.

    Buck: No, sir. It's a very interesting job.


    Buck: That is, most of the time.

    The President: Well, you did a good job today, Buck.

    Buck: Thank you, sir. All I did was repeat what he said.

    The President: You didn't freeze up. Another man might have.

    Buck: You're the one who didn't, sir.

    The President: I wonder what it's like outside? Looked like rain before.

    Buck: The radio said it would clear by the afternoon.

  • The President: I guess I've been wrong in many many things. I don't suppose history will have much good to say of me. I can't dwell on that. I've done my best.

    Bob Munson: You're one of the great Presidents, Ross.

    The President: Well, if you think so, that's almost as good as History. Bye, Bobby.

    Bob Munson: Good night, Mr. President.

  • The President: Hello sweetheart.

    Migg Tweeny: Listen, my name's Tweeny.

    The President: You'll always be sweetheart to me.

    Migg Tweeny: I know, I know, but there's talk already.

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