Job posting- Help wanted (Sam Hovick and Brandan Eisma)
- Must be at least 35 years of age
- Has lived in the US for at least 14 years
- Was a natural born citizen of the US
Benefits and Perks of the Job
- $400,000 salary per year
- $450,000 expenses account, (anything for food. entertainment, and any other miscellaneous items that you may need
Constitutional Powers granted to the President in Article II
+ Serve as commander in chief of all U.S. armed forces
+ Commission officers of the armed forces
+ Grant pardons and reprieves from Federal offenses (except impeachments)
+ Convene special sessions of Congress
+ Receive foreign ambassadors
+ Take care that Federal laws are faithfully executed
+ Wield the "executive power"
+ Appoint officials to lesser offices
We think the most important power that is granted for the President would be to serve as commander in chief of all U.S. armed forces. The reason I think this is because, this is being in charge of everyone that is keeping us safe beck here in the U.S. and I think that is one of the most important things and should be taken very seriously.
The 5 leadership qualities and skills necessary to be a successful President
Decision Making - Needs to make decisions that are in the best interest of US citizens.
Conflict Resolutions - They must spend time focusing on the variable perspective of an issue.
Be a Leader - A President should be able to take action and rise above everyone else when times are hard
Goals - The President needs to have goals to know what he wants to do when he is in office and actually carry out these goals that he has set.
- Negotiation - A President must be a good negotiator and negotiate among most other nation’s leaders.
Roles of the President
Chief of state- (President) symbolic figurehead of the United States
Chief executive- executive to enforce and lead the nation
Chief administrator- employ 1.8 million people
Chief diplomat- formulates the nation's plans and procedures
Commander in chief- authority to order troops into action and also call them back home
Chief agenda setter- helps congress prepare the annual federal budget
Party Chief- shapes and promotes the party’s platformChief citizen- primary representative of the nation