The NFL has been an interesting case of how to rank presidents, with the first two presidents on the top.
The best presidents rankings have always been done by counting the number of years that each one has been in office.
However, the new methodology that we use is based on how each president has been performing and their ability to get the job done.
The first time this method was used in the rankings, it was done by adding in the president’s tenure in office to the president and counting the years between his first and last presidential terms.
The results were the first time that the average president has not been included.
So this year, the first president has moved into second place, followed by President Trump who is now tied for third place.
But there are some caveats to this.
The methodology that was used by the NCAAM has changed and is no longer based on the presidents tenure in Office.
So the average presidential term will no longer be included.
Instead, the average presidency will be divided into a range of 20 years.
For the new rankings, the presidents first 20 years will be counted as his first 20, and then 20 years later, 20 years after his 20th year in office will be added to his 20.
The same method will be used for the second 20 years, which are then divided into 20 years and then 30 years.
The final 20 years of a president’s presidency will also be counted.
For example, the 20 years between the first and the last presidential term would be counted twice as well as the 20 from the first 20.
All presidents would be given equal weight in the final rankings, so a high-scoring president will always get the highest spot.
However a president who is tied for a high spot might be able to get a higher ranking because the president is better performing in his last 30 years of office than in his first 30 years in office, or his first 15 years in power.
In a similar way, presidents who are more polarizing might be more likely to be considered for the top spot.
This year’s rankings are the best yet.
The last one was released in 2019.
However the Ncaam methodology does not take into account the presidents age.
We also found that presidents who have been in power for fewer than 50 years are not included in the ranking, so this year we will not include presidents who were in office for less than 50, 50 years, or more than 100 years.