What you are required to do?

job requirements for the president of the United States

Perks for president

400k salary

50k non taxable account

Access to the White House

Medical and dental care covered

Retreat house called camp David

Constitutional requirements to be President

*Must be a natural born citizen of the U.S.

*Must be at least 35 years old.
*Must be a resident for at least 14 years.

Constitutional Powers of the President under article 2

1: The President shall have executive power over the United States

2: He shall have a 4 year term along with the vice president.

3: The President Shall be Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of several States.

4: He or she shall have the power, by and with the advice of Consent of the Senate to make treaties.

5: The President has the power to fill all vacancies that may happen during the recess of the senate.

6: Shall from time to time give information to congress in a state of the union address.

7: Shall be impeached if convicted of Treason, Bribery, or other High crimes and misdemeanors.

8: No person other than a Natural born citizen shall be able to become president of the United states.

9: The president shall receive compensation for his service, but this compensation doesn't change during the period of his term.

10: Before entering the roll, he or she has to partake in the Oath of Affirmation.

Important Constitutional powers of the President.

1: Commander in Chief is important because he has controls how our armed forces partake or stay away from certain conflicts around the world.

2: The power to fill vacancies in the senate during a recess is important because he can basically make the senate lean to his party.

3: Term limits are important because they keep somebody out to reduce the possibility of a dictatorship.

4: Being a U.S. citizen is important is because it usually means that they won't be out trying to help other countries before themselves.

5: State of the Union addresses are important because they let us know how our country is doing, how we're handling issues, and it gives us the opinion of the president on how we should handle other issues.

Rolls of the President

1: Chief of State - The formal head of state, hosts foreign diplomats, hosts parties, etc.

2: Chief Executive - The person with the overall responsibility for the efficient running of the U.S.

3: Chief Administrator - Responsible for the administrative management of private, public, or governmental corps.

4: Chief Diplomat - Recognizes foreign governments

5: Commander in Chief - Head of state or officer in supreme command of a country's armed forces.

6: Chief Legislator - Shapes party policy.

Gun Control

Gun control laws is the biggest thing I would try to change during my course as President. With out current government setup, if anybody yields, the side taking an inch will take a mile. I think that both sides need to meet in the middle and both make a little big of sacrificing. There are places in the world that have every family own a gun, and these places have some of the lowest gun crimes of all.

I think that we should reduce the amount of gun-free zones because it has the chance of drastically reducing the number of recent shootings, whether it be in a school, or on the lines of the Paris attacks. Reducing the number of gun-free zones would increase the amount of people that would have a gun to potentially stop a mass attack from happening because the shooters could get stopped before they get a chance to strike.

If we continue on the path we are going right now, the criminals will still get the guns, but there will be less people that would have the option to stop them, and people that would lose them for no reason, even though they aren't going to do anything wrong with them.

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