Help Wanted for U.S. President of 2016
What would it be like if you had the chance to run for U.S. President?
The Salary, Benefits, and the Perks of being the President of the U.S.
The benefits of being the President of the U.S. is you get benefits when you retire included Secret Service Protection, which helps you get reimbursements for traveling, mail, staff, and office expenses.
The perks are you are always determined as a staff of congress, you are invited to the most private and best parties out there, you are traveled around in a very expensive vehicle, always well know good or bad, high security to protect you and your family, pensions, have up to 1 million to spend on travel expenses, and health benefits.
The 12 Constitutional powers granted to the President in Article II.
2. Require the opinion of the principal officer in each executive department-Judicial
3. Have power to grand pardons-Executive
4. Make Treaties-Diplomatic
5. Nominate and appoint ambassadors, judges of the Supreme Court and all other officers of the United States-Judicial6. Fill up all vacancies during the recess of the Senate-Executive
7. Give to Congress information of the state of the union-Executive
8. Recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and expedient-Judicial
9. On extraordinary occasions convene both Houses, or either of them-Judical
10. Receive ambassadors and other public ministers-Diplomatic
11. Take care that the laws be faithfully executed-Judicial
12. Commission all the officers of the United States-Executive
Which Power is the most important? Why?
The five leadership qualities and skills necessary to be a successful President?
- The Decision process involves three phrases: making time to find a wide variety of perspectives, struggle in the time you are given, and a time of convergent thinking when we actively seek to look for areas of agreement. The president needs to take time to make the correct decisions.
2. Encourage dynamic conflict resolution.
-The President must spend time to get involved in the conflict between different nations.
3. Be able to communicate a clear and inspiring vision to his administration and the country.
-The President will need to rise above the vision and communicate with others around him that are different to him and other nations that we get along with and do not get along with.
4. Communicate the message of motivation that gives confidence to a fatigued nation.
-The President needs to focus on the meaningfulness they put into saying to the other nations. The president needs to be brave and have motivation to get involved with other nations.
5. Trust between the government and the people.
-The President must work with people he can trust and the Americans need to trust the President that he will make a difference and protect the U.S.
Answers to Guided Questions
2. He can work on his political party beliefs and what he told America he would do.
3. They can work on improving the economy/jobs and better healthcare.
1. So America does not becoming an a central authority.
2.They need to have military experience to understand we need a military dicatorship.
1. Climate Change
2. Article II
Chief of State
1. President Busch visited New York City when 9/11 had happened. He had to calm the residents down by making a speech about it, and how those people will be missed.
2. He would take control of the military and command it.
1. He met with islamic leaders. Germany and Europe. Tourism and harm to the other nations.
2. France, Great Britain, Germany, Japan, and Spain. Yes.
2. He made a healthcare called Obama care to support the poor when they need healthcare.
The six roles of the U.S. President
Examples: 1. Choosing leading party members to serve in
2. Traveling to California to speak at a rally for
a party nominee to the U.S. Senate.
2. The President becomes the Commander in Chief for the Army and Navy. This means that all the members of those have to follow what the President says to do.
Example: 1. Inspecting a Navy yard. 2. Deciding, in wartime, whether to bomb foreign cities. 3. Calling out the National Guard to stop a riot.
3. The President is the Chief Executive. He does not make the laws he just carries out and follows the laws.
Example: 1. Appointing the head of the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA). 2. Holding a Cabinet meeting to discuss government business. 3. Reading Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) reports on the state of national security.
4. Chief of State, represent the U.S at public events.
Examples: 1. Awarding medals to students receiving academic honors.
2. Congratulating astronauts upon their return from space travel.
3. Greeting vistors to the White House.
4. Delivering the State of the Union Address.
5. Chief of Diplomat, being involved with leaders from other nations. You may get along or not.
Examples: 1. Traveling to London to meet with the British Prime Minister.
2. Working with leaders in the Middle East in an effort to create a peace plan for the region.
6. Chief Legislator, The President can not make the laws, but he can speak his opinions about the laws that have been made or that are being made by Congress.
Examples: 1. Signing or vetoing a bill passed by Congress.
2. Working to get enough House or Senate votes for a bill to be passed through each representative house.
3. Making a speech in Congress.
How would I as a President find a solution to a current challenge the U.S. is facing today.
Current Issue In the U.S.
What: Illegal Immigrants is the biggest issue in the U.S. right now. It continues to grow rapidly as the years go by.
Why: Obama is letting Illegal Immigrants in the U.S. because he wants to have more people in the U.S. have freedom like we Americans do.
Where: The U.S.
When: This has been happening since 2008, ever since Obama has become the President of the U.S. and he still continues to let in Illegal Immigrants today.
1. There were 11.3 Million unauthorized immigrants in the U.S. in 2014.
2. Mexican make up about half of all unauthorized immigrants.
3. Six states alone account for 60% of illegal immigrants.
4. Illegal immigrants make up 5.1% of the U.S. labor force.
5. Around 7% of K-12 students had at least one unauthorized immigrant parent in 2012.
Which Constitutional Powers, Presidential Roles, and Leadership Qualities you would use to help the challenge?
-The President will need to communicate a message to the other foreign nations or the nations where he is letting people in by telling the nations that we can no longer accept illegal immigrants due to population increase and many people in the U.S. think it is unfair to let people in America just to be free.
2. Trust between the government and the people.
-The President will need to trust the illegal immigrants that he is bringing in that they will not harm the people or anything in America. He needs to trust the government that they will follow the Presidents decision.
3. Take care that the laws be faithfully executed.
-The President will need to take care of the laws that are being made. If the President does not like the laws being made, he will need to stand up for what he wants.