occupant of an office

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The current occupant of an office of state previously occupied by, among others, the Duke of Wellington, Robert Peel, Winston Churchill, Herbert Morrison, Alan Johnson and the current PM had reduced the party of government's annual conference to a populist sub-Farage rally.
Beck Young's central argument is that Hoover is the first modern first lady as she began to move from the traditional role of presidential spouse to the occupant of an office focused on social activism and public policy innovation and advocacy.