President Loki is a character from Marvel Comics that appears in the Disney+ series Loki. He is a Variant of Loki that became president but, under unknown circumstances, he was captured by the Time Variance Authority and sent to the Void. There, he is followed by other Lokis, leading an army composed of his own Variants.
President Loki is a Loki from an alternate reality. He did something that created a nexus event which caused the Sacred Timeline to branch, so he was captured by the Time Variance Authority and his reality was destroyed. He was then judged for his crimes against the Sacred Timeline and pruned, being sent to the Void. At some point during his life, he also became president. In the Void, he gained followers, creating an army of Loki Variants.
President Loki appears in the fifth episode, when the Variant of Loki, who is accompanied by Kid Loki, Alligator Loki, Boastful Loki and Classic Loki, decides to leave their hideout, the Loki Palace, to return to the TVA to find Sylvie, a woman Loki Variant. As Loki attempts to leave he meets President Loki and his army of Loki Variants at the entrance. Then, President Loki and all the Loki Variants accompanying him invade the Loki Palace with the intention to overthrow Kid Loki, who is the King of the Void.
Classic Loki accuses Loki of leading the enemy to them, but Boastful Loki then reveals that he was the one who betrayed them and informed their location to President Loki. Boastful Loki and President Loki had made a deal, in which Boastful Loki would allow him to have shelter and supplies by revealing their location and, in return, President Loki would let him take the throne and give him the army of Loki Variants. However, as soon as Boastful Loki tells the others that he is the traitor and points his hammer to Kid Loki, taking him as a hostage, President Loki breaks their deal. President Loki refuses to let Boastful Loki have the throne and the army, stating that both are his. But then President Loki is surprised by his own followers, who turn their weapons to him, betraying him as they also want to take the throne.
President Loki then notices Alligator Loki, who is growling at him. Infuriated, he asks why there is an alligator in the hideout. Kid Loki and Classic Loki reply that the alligator is a Loki Variant too while Alligator Loki attacks President Loki, biting off his hand. Horrified after losing a hand, President Loki screams and the other Lokis start a battle inside the Loki Palace. President Loki is last seen fighting another Loki Variant that throws him inside a popcorn cart, while Classic Loki casts illusions that allow him, Loki, Alligator Loki and Kid Loki to escape from the hideout safely.
- In the film The Pirate Fairy, Tom Hiddleston voiced young Captain Hook, who is a character that also loses his hand, but to a crocodile instead of an alligator.
- President Loki's appearance is based off of the 2016 comic Vote Loki, where Loki ran a campaign to become the President of the United States.