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1904, coined by U.S. president Teddy Roosevelt, in reference to the White House.
Using high office or fame as a splendid standpoint for one's teaching or preaching: At the least, they hoped that his ''bully pulpit'' approach would help rally public support/ Theodore Roosevelt, rejoicing in the president's bully pulpit, drowned out every other voice in the United States/ Madonna has used her bully pulpit to preach scantily clad homilies on bigotry, abortion, civic duty, power, death, and safe sex
[late 1980s+; Said to have been originated by Theodore Roosevelt, and more recently popularized by Ross Perot]