Brad Rosebrock

President of the United States

Leader of the Executive Branch

One of Brad's most important roles is presiding over the administration of government. As the Chief Executive, Brad ensures that "the laws be faithfully executed." One of the ways he does this is by nominating top-level officials as provided for by Congress and with the agreement of a majority in the Senate. He is also able to request written opinions of administrative officials. Furthermore, he is responsible for fulfilling vacancies during congressional recesses. As often as possible, Brad will nominate administrators that share his conservative viewpoints, in order to prolong the effects of his ideologies and administration.

Leader of the Rituals of Democracy

As the Head of State, Brad serves as the symbolic leader of the United States of America and represents the nation. Brad presides over commemorations of war heroes, throws out the first pitch at baseball games, and attends funerals of world leaders, among other duties. Brad strives to attend as many ceremonies as possible in his as Chief of State, however he obviously cannot meet this demand all of the time. Therefore, sometimes the first lady (Carrie Rosebrock) or the vice president (Keigan Culler) stands in for Brad as a symbolic Chief of State.

Leader of Congress

Brad devotes much of his time in office to leading the legislature in order to gain support for his conservative initiatives. From time to time, the Chief Legislator must present information on the state of the union to Congress. He is also able to recommend legislation to Congress. In extraordinary cases, Brad must concede both houses of Congress. If the House and Senate cannot agree on adjournment, Brad must adjourn Congress. Furthermore, Brad has the power to veto legislation unless Congress overrules his veto with a two-thirds vote of each house.

Leader of Public Opinion

Brad is the Chief Citizen of the United States. This role indicates that when Brad speaks to leaders of other nations, Brad is speaking in a manner that is representative of the people of the United States. Furthermore, when administration makes decisions, Brad takes it upon himself to communicate and explain these decisions to the public through means of press conferences, television broadcasts, radio broadcasts, newspapers, etc. As chief citizen, Brad also sets the moral tone for the people of America. The question of a president's moral leadership has assumed new importance in recent years as the media and public have given the private lives of the elected officials closer scrutiny.

Leader of His Party

Brad is highly dependent on the Republican party to move his legislative programs. As Party Leader, he is able to create psychological bonds with conservative senators and representatives. Personal loyalties or emotional commitments to the Congressmen's party and party leader, a desire to avoid embarrassing "their" administration and thus hurting their chances for reelection, and a basic distrust of the opposition party are inclinations that produce support for Brad's legislation. To create goodwill with congressional party members, Brad provides them with many amenities, ranging from photographs to rides on Air Force One. In addition to offering incentives, Brad can also wield a stick in the form of withholding favors, but this is rarely done.

Leader of Free Nations

As the Chief Diplomat, Brad has the power to extend diplomatic recognition to foreign governments, as well as the power to terminate relations with other nations. He also has the sole power to negotiate treaties with other nations, although the Constitution requires the Senate to approve them by a two-thirds vote. He also has the ability to negotiate executive agreements with the heads of foreign governments. Brad must try to lead America's allies on matters of both economics and defense. Brad advocates for increased free trade as well as increased military spending. This is a challenging task, given the natural independence of sovereign nations, the increasing economic might of other countries, and the many competing influences on policymaking in other nations.

Chief of Administration

As Chief of Administration, Brad is responsible for enforcing legislation. An example of Brad carrying out this role is his effort to build new roads and bridges in several different parts of the nation. These new roads and bridges will coincide with new safety regulations regarding construction and infrastructure, therefore Brad is reinforcing legislation passed under his tenure.

Leader of the Forces of Peace and War

Brad finds his role as Commander In Chief of the Armed Forces to be very feasible, as he has military experience and is a graduate from the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Brad is responsible for making treaties with other nations (subject to two-thirds of the Senate). He is also in charge of nominating ambassadors, with the agreement of a majority of the Senate. Brad has the power to send troops into war, but according to the War Powers Resolution, he ugh consult with Congress whenever possible prior to using military force and must withdraw forces after 60 days unless Congress declares war or grants and extension. As a strong Republican, Brad finds military investment to be crucial to our nation's long-term success.


Brad Rosebrock is an American politician who is currently serving as the 45th President of the United States. Brad was born in Greenwood, IN and attended the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. Afterwards, he attended Indiana University's Robert H. McKinney School of Law where he earned a law degree. A member of the Republican party, Brad is a former member of the US House of Representatives. During his time as a member of the House of Representatives, Rosebrock was been a member of the Committee on Education and the Workforce (Subcommittee on Early Childhood, Elementary and Secondary Education) and the Committee on Veteran's Affairs. During his tenure, Brad signed agreements stating that he will oppose raising taxes for Global Warming legislation, as well as expressed great support for the NRA. So far throughout his presidency, Brad has expressed viewpoints that align with the values he expressed during his time as Congressman.