Executive Branch

D'Mirah Johnson 6th Period


The head of the exeutive branch is the President. The President proposes laws and makes treaties and all of this takes place in the Whte House.


The President is the head of the executive branch. The President is the most powerful person to be elected. In order to become President or head of the executive branch you must be a natural born citizen and at least 35 years old. Also must be a U.S resident for 14 years. A President can serve 4 years and 2 terms. When electing the president is not the only person getting elected, the vice president is also being elected. If the president dies resigns or has been removed from the office, the vice president would take over the responsibilities for the rest of that term.
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