Do you want to be President?
Commander-In-Chief: All military leaders report to and take orders from the president
Chief Executive: Empowered to administer the laws and affairs of the nation
Chief of State: Represent the United States at public events
Chief Diplomat: Takes the lead in foreign relations
Chief Legislator: Voices his own ideas or opinions to congress while they draft legislation
White House Living: Tennis Court, Bowling Alley, Movie Theater, Putting Green)
Staff: Chefs, Gardeners, etc.
Secret Service Protection- 10 years
Air Force One, Marine 1, Presidential Limousine
2. Conflict Resolution: The President must make time to resolve conflicts, and keep peace
3. Vision: The President must be able to make a clear vision to his administration and the people of the United States
4. Motivation: The President must show motivation to fix issues, and make the country a better place
5. Trust: The President must build trust between the people and the government
I think that the most important power is to ensure that all laws are carried out because it keeps order in the country.