Become The President
Isaiah Morrell and Lexi Myshka
Jobs Of The President
Commander-In-Chief - The commander of the United States Armed Forces. This means all the leaders of the forces take commands from him.
Chief Executive - The president, although he does not make laws, he administers them.
Chief of State - The President represents the United States at public events. He promotes and represents the American Values.
Chief Diplomat - Interacting with the leaders of other nations. The President takes the lead in foreign affairs and administers them
Chief Legislature - The President doesn't make laws, but he can voice his ideas. He can set meetings with congress to discuss laws.
Leadership Skills For The President
Consensus Building - Solving a problem using many parties and many different people's input; Listening to everybody's opinion.
Effective Decision Making - As President, there will be many tough decisions to make like when to declare war, or what to vote on an important bill. All these tough decisions are what the president is about.
Tiger Teams - Starting off strong and staying that way. The President appoints some of his own people and its crucial they get off to a good start.
Establishing Trust - The President must create a good bond of trust between the people and the central government. If he establishes that, he will get many more supports and his approval ratings will be very high.
Roles Of The President
By helping pass bills without a veto
They can advocate for their party. He can continue to work on their behalf.
Commander In Chief
He knows what the people need since he used to be one of them.
He might not has as much of experience as somebody else would.
An example would be Obama’s health care act.
Chief Of State
A recent example is the water problem in Flint
The president could stand by the states and have their back.
Recent examples would be the Prime Minister of China. To establish common ground.
Israel has always been one of our allies.
A controversial topic would be Obama’s health care act.
He keeps making bills and advertising for it.