Salary and perks
-the White House (which has a bowling alley, movie theater, tennis courts, and putting green)
-Air Force and Marine
- lots of staff
-secret service protection
Constitutional powers: Article II
-commander in chief
-commission all military officers of US
-treaties with senate
-appoint ambassadors, judges, and Supreme Court
-grant pardons and reprieves
-deliver annual State of the Union address
-call house of congress into session
-all laws that are passed are carried out
-appoints heads of executive departments
-carries out the cabinet
- The power that I think is most important is the Judicial Legislative. I think this because if it wasn't for this, the laws would not be official and we wouldn't have any laws OR some the laws would not be good because of advice from other people.
Six rolls of the President
Chief executive: enforces laws and treaties.
Commander in chief: leads nations and armed forces.
Chief diplomat: directs foreign policy.
Chief legislator: signs or vetoes a bill in Congress.
Political party leader: helps members of party get elected.