News Secret Service code names through history by: Staff Posted: Sep 7, 2017 / 05:59 PM EDT Updated: Sep 7, 2017 / 06:29 PM EDT Since the Secret Service now scrambles its radio communications, there's no longer much of a security reason for giving presidents, candidates and their families code names. (Ian Waldie/Getty Images) However, code names are still used out of tradition, and members of the same family usually get code names starting with the same letter. Here are some of the not-so-secret code names the Secret Service has used over the years, according to TIME Magazine, ABC News and other sources. (Kevin Liptak/CNN) President Donald Trump is known as "Mogul" because of the billionaire's business background. First lady Melania Trump is known as "Muse," according to a report from CNN. Vice President and former Indiana Gov. Mike Pence is known as "Hoosier," according to CNN. His wife, Karen Pence, is "Hummingbird." Ivanka Trump's Secret Service code name is "Marvel," according to the Daily Caller. ABC News reported Donald Trump Jr. (far left) and Eric Trump (far right) are known as "Mountaineer" and "Marksman," respectively. Code names for Barron Trump and Tiffany Trump have not been released. During the 2016 presidential race, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton retained her old code name from when she was first lady: "Evergreen." "Daredevil" was the handle chosen by the Secret Service for Sen. Tim Kaine, the 2016 Democratic vice presidential nominee. Before dropping out of the 2016 race, Sen. Bernie Sanders' code name was "Intrepid." President Barack Obama goes by "Renegade," and his wife, Michelle, is known as "Renaissance." Their daughters, Malia and Sasha, are called "Radiance" and "Rosebud." (Kristoffer Tripplaar-Pool/Getty Images) Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney went by "Javelin." His wife, Ann, was known as "Jockey," due to her love of horses. (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) Vice President Joe Biden picked the name "Celtic." His wife, Jill, is called "Capri." (William Thomas Cain/Getty Images) Current Speaker of the House Paul Ryan picked "Bowhunter" for his name during his time as Republican vice presidential candidate in 2012. Not coincidentally, Ryan is an archer who enjoys hunting deer by bow. Ryan's wife, Janna, went by "Buttercup." (Justin Sullivan/Getty Images) When 2012 Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum had Secret Service protection, he picked the name "Petrus," which he said was a nod to his grandfather, Pietro. (Both translate as Peter.) (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images) In 2008, Republican presidential nominee John McCain was called "Phoenix," a name he let the Secret Service choose for him. His wife, Cindy, went by "Parasol." The McCain children also got code names: Meghan McCain was "Peter Sellers," John Sidney McCain IV was "Popeye" and Bridget McCain was "Pebbles." (Darren Hauck/Getty Images) Sarah Palin, the Republican vice-presidential nominee in 2008, was "Denali," the name of the tallest mountain in North America, which is located in Alaska. Her husband, Todd, was "Driller." (Joe Raedle/Getty Images) President George W. Bush was "Trailblazer" while he served as president and "Tumbler" when his father was in office. His wife, Laura, was "Tempo," and daughters Barbara and Jenna were "Turquoise" and "Twinkle." (Alex Wong/Getty Images) Vice President Dick Cheney was known as "Angler," which also became the title of a book about his time in office. His wife, Lynne, was "Author." (Travis Lindquist/Getty Images) 2004 presidential nominee John Kerry was called "Minuteman." His wife, Teresa Heinz Kerry, was "Mahogany." President Bill Clinton was known as "Eagle" while then first lady Hillary Clinton used the name "Evergreen." Their daughter, Chelsea, was "Energy." (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images) Al Gore has had two code names: "Sundance" while he ran for president and "Sawhorse" when he served as vice president. His wife, Tipper, went by "Skylark." (Stephen Chernin/Getty Images) Vice President Al Gore's daughter Karenna picked "Smurfette" as her code name in 1993, when she was 19. She later wrote that the name made her cringe. (Mario Tama/Getty Images) President George H.W. Bush was known as "Timberwolf." His wife, Barbara, was "Tranquility." President Ronald Reagan, who was an actor in Westerns and had a ranch in California, was known as "Rawhide." His wife, Nancy, was "Rainbow." (Mary-Anne Fackelman-Miner/The White House/Getty Images) President Jimmy Carter was called "Deacon." He's a committed Baptist and long-time Sunday school teacher. His wife, Rosalynn, was "Dancer." (Jorge Rey/Getty Images) President Richard Nixon was called "Searchlight" by the Secret Service. His wife, Pat, was "Starlight." President John F. Kennedy was known as "Lancer." His wife, Jacqueline Kennedy, was "Lace," and children Caroline and John Jr. were "Lyric" and "Lark." President Kennedy's brother, Sen. Ted Kennedy, wasn't quite so lucky -- he was known as "Sunburn." Mother Rose Kennedy was "Coppertone."