U.S. Branches of Goverment
The Executive Branch of Goverment
The Executive branch of goverment includes the president, vice president, and the cabinet. The cabinet is a group of people who help the president make choices like weather to veto or sign a bill. If the president signs a bill that means he approves the bill. If the president vetoes a bill then sends it back to congress that means he disagrees with the bill. The bill is what some people think should be a law. The only way the bill will have another chance of becoming a law again is if the congress overrules the president. But it will still have to pass congress. The president can also recommend laws to congress but, that does not mean it will become a law.
This is president Obama at age 44.
The White House
This is the White House. This is where the president lives and works.
This is the cabinet helping a president.
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