To become a presednt u most be at least 35 years old, resedent of the United States for 14 years, and a natural born citizen.
Salary: 400,000 yearly
Benefits: 50,000 non taxable expense account,free transportation and free housing, after leaving the house u get a 200,000 pension,healthcare,and paid office travel.
Perks of the job:
Constitutional powers granted to the President in Article II
2.Commander in chief (executive)
3.Appoints heads of executive departments (executive)
4.Gives the state of union address (executive)
5.Veto power (legislative)
6.Meets with heads of state (executive)
7. Commissions military officers (executive)
8.Ensures laws are executed (legislative)
9.Appoints ambassadors,judges,supreme court justices (executive)
10.Calls congress into special sessions. (legislative)
I think the commission military officers is the most powerful because the president is the leader and knows whats wright and wrong so he should have the say and if he wants war or anything like that he should be the one to say it.