Hiring For New President
By Hunter Moldenhauer Brook Manfred
Requirements in constutrion and needed leadership qualities
14 years of living as a citizen in US
Quick and carful decision making
why because the prisdent shound not be delaying the government with inaction or poor jugdment.
Trust beween people and govermnment
why to get support of the citizens you are represting.
speech inspire modivation and confidence
why is this important it's to be listened to in important times like making changes for the betterment of the country.
Understand the need for change and complex social innvotion.
To know what is expected in forien countries to be repectful and not disgrace the United State in front of forien powers
Why to be understood by the general public and important officals to know what the president wants or is addressing.
Salary and benefits
Full time medical team and care
Free housing in White House
Secret service protection
200,000 annual pension after presidency
2) Commander in chief of the armed forces and the state militia
3) Appoint federal court judges, including the supreme court justices, ambassadors,and other top officials with Senate approval
4) Ensures that the laws of Congress are "faithfully executed"
5) Appoints, with the Senate's consent, the heads of the executive departments
6) May pardon people convicted of federal crimes
7) Make treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate
8) Meets with foreign heads of state
9) Delivers the annual State of the Union address to Congress
10) Calls special sessions of Congress when needed
Roles of the preident
Chief of StateActs as the symbolic leader of the country
Chief ExecutiveExecutes the laws, appoints key federal officials, grants pardons and reprieves
Commander in ChiefRuns the armed forces
Chief DiplomatNegotiates with other countries
Chief LegislatorSigns or vetoes legislation, introduces legislation, works with Congress on the budget
SuperpoliticianHelps his or her party raise money and elect candidates
Chief of State
The chief of state, a person who serves as the symbolic leader of the country and represents the nation. As chief of state, the president presides over commemorations of war heroes, eats dinners and attends funerals of world leaders, among other events.
The president is the head of the executive branch and is responsible for running the federal bureaucracy and enforcing the laws passed by Congress. president is allowed to appoint people to key offices, a power called appointment power. The president nominates members of the cabinet.
Commander in Chief
The Constitution states that the president is commander in chief of the armed forces. This means that the president controls the entire American military. As commander in chief, the president can send troops into battle without a formal declaration of war from Congress and has final authority over military operations. During wartime, the president’s powers expand greatly with much freedoms.
The president does not have any formal legislative power but has a great deal of informal power because of the relations between the president and Congress.The president usally has a legislative agenda which is presented each year during the State of the Union address to Congress and the American people.
In addition to formal roles, the president also serves as the leader of his or her party. The president, for example, chooses the chair man of the national party and oversees campaigns on behalf of fellow party members.
The president is the main face and voice of American foreign policy, negotiating treaties and other sorts of agreements with foreign leaders although the Senate must approve all treaties.