BE THE NEXT PRESIDENT
Come See What It Is To Be the President Of the United States
Constitutional Requirements To Be The President
- Must Be At Least 35 Years Young
- Has Been A Resident Of The United States For The Last 14 Years
- Is A Natural Born Citizen
Being The President
- Salary: $400,000
- $50,000 annual expense account
- $100,000 Travel Account
- $19,000 for Entertainment
- Benefits include living in the White House, Protection From The Secret Service even after your presidency ends, Private Plane: Air Force One, and much more
Constitutional Powers Of The President
- Chief Executive: Appoint heads of departments and justices.
- Commander in Chief: Leader of the U.S. Military. May not declare war or initiate war. May Pardon, Make treaties.
- Chief Diplomat: Represents every person in the U.S. to other countries internationaly
- Signs or rejects (vetoes) all legislative bills passed by Congress.
- Can grant Reprieves or Pardons
- Makes Treaties (with foreign nations) with the Advice and Consent of the Senate
- Nominates for appointment, with the Advice and Consent of the Senate, Ambassadors, public Ministers and Consuls, Judges of the supreme Court, and all other Officers of the United States.
- Can convene both Houses of Congress on extraordinary Occasions.
- Receives Ambassadors and other public Ministers.
- Commissions all Officers of the United States.
Commander in chief is the most important power the president has because he is supposed to protect the country and the people in it. The president must protect the rights of everybody and put American laws above all. We must remain a power in the world and be able to use our resources and power to protect our country.
The FIVE Leadership qualities and skills
Consensus building. You must be able to get support for every action, by reaching across the isle and being and effective leader.
Effective decision making. You must be able to make decisions in high-stakes, stressful situations such as during a conflict or economic downturn.
Be able to communicate a clear, inspiring message to the country. Give people a goal, guidance, and a plan to make their lives and the country better.
Ensure Trust between the government and people. Lead with transparency and acknowledge the Constitution restricts government not the people.
Encourage conflict resolution. Whether it is foreign affairs or domestic affairs. Encourage peace abroad. Encourage Congress to work together as well as other states.