President of the U.S.
- must have been born in the U.S.
- must be 35 or older
- must have lived in the U.S. for the last 14 years
One term guaranteed, if elected. One term is four years. Two terms are possible, if you are reelected. Come with a vice president, who can take over for you if needed. The requirements are the same as above. You will be expected work with the rest of the Executive Branch, which are the Cabinet members, the Judicial Branch, and the Legislative Branch.
You will be expected to pursue the 7 rolls that a president plays:
- Chief of the Executive Branch-You pick judges and cabinet members, make sure laws are being followed, and watch the head offices.
- Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces-give orders to the Army, Marines, Air Force, Navy, and Coast Guards. Keep the nation strong during war and peace. You need the Senate to approve before you declare war.
- Head of State-You have meetings with officials and give speeches all over the country and world. You job could include anything from having dinner with world leaders to congratulating the Super Bowl winners.
- Director of Foreign Policy-You do all the associating with other countries. Helping them, meeting with representatives, and making agreements with each other.
- Political Party Leaders-You support running members of the party and raise money for them.
- Guardian of the Economy-You and Congress create a good tax plan and make sure everyone has jobs
What to Expect
You will probably be under a lot of stress, and want to quit. President is a stressful job, but we need a new one. Half the nation will hate you, since you will be running against many others. Chance of assassination and impeachment. You will have to do a lot of work, so be well prepared.