Edith Lyndon

In office
January 20, 2012 – January 20, 2020
Vice President(s)   John Dalton
Preceded by Joe Lawton
Succeeded by Patrick Murray

In office
October 11, 2008 – November 16, 2012
Preceded by Enzel Sihartoz
Succeeded by Alexandre Taylor

Member of the U.S. House of Representatives from California's 12th district
In office
March 12, 2004 – November 16, 2012
Preceded by Ivan Murkowski
Succeeded by Manuel Porrida

Personal details
Born (1970-11-11) November 11, 1970 (age 47)
New York City, New York
Nationality Usa-Alconbria American-Alconbrian
Political party Republicists' Party
Spouse Tom Lyndon (m. 1995)
Children 2, including Alex Lyndon
Residence Cheshire Ponds, New Brydesville
Profession Businesswoman, entrepreneur, motorsports driver
"It is my sincere responsibility to lead this magnificient country to success... success which every President and politician thinks to be insurmountable. I will ensure that, as Americans, the people have the right to be a part of the world's greatest country."
―Edith Lyndon, during a State Address.

Edith Stacy Lyndon (née Bronsell; born November 11, 1970) is an American-Belizean politician who is the current President of the United States of America. Edith Lyndon is also an entrepreneur and a businesswoman, and had a brief career in Vinewood and was also a professional motorsport racer.

Edith Lyndon graduated with honours from Queen College of Law in 190, and had also served as a US Representative from the state of San Andreas from 2004 till 2006, and she is a high-ranking member of the Republicists' Party.

She defeated Joe Lawton in the 2012 general elections, and became the President of the United States. She was elected for her second term in 2016. Edith Lyndon is the first female President of the USA, as well as the youngest elected president, as she assumed office at the age of 37. She was elected President twice.

Lyndon passed a controversial bill which prevented the filing of lawsuits against large corporations, reduced income tax for the rich, increased government subsidization to corporations, introduced a national identification system, increased the powers of police, started the Education Bill, providing financial aid to families to improve the American college admission rate, and also signed the doctrine enabling American military invasion in the Greater Middle East to combat radical terrorism, and also signed bilateral agreements with Israel and Australia. She also introduced a Debt Control Act, effectively preventing USA from entering a sovereign default. She also had the US Army to intervene and end a civil war in an African country.

Edith is a member of the wealthy and prestigious Bronsell family, being well as the daughter of Keith Bronsell, Jr., and she is the elder sister of Ronald Bronsell, Chamberlain Bronsell and William Bronsell. As of 2016, her net worth is $59.1 billion.


Early LifeEdit

Edith Stacy Bronsell was born on November 11, 1970 to entreprenuer and founder of the Praeda Corporation, Keith Bronsell, Jr. and radio host Joanne Coulthard, in w:c:gta:Liberty City, Liberty State. Two years later, her first sibling, Ronald Bronsell was born in Monte Carlo.

Her grandfather, Keith Bronsell, Sr. was a US Senator for 11 years, and her grandmother Elsa Hewitt-Bronsell was the former three-time Governor of North Virginia.

Edith Lyndon performed exceptionally well in school, and was the valedictorian for her graduation. When she was 11, her parents divorced. In the same year, her father married actress Susan Bronsell. Subsequently, her siblings William Bronsell and Chamberlain Bronsell were born, in 1982 and 1985 respectively.