By Kiley Banks

The presidential Successions in order.

  • The Vice President

  • Speaker of the House

  • President pro tempore of the Senate

  • Secretary of State

  • Secretary of the Treasury

  • Secretary of Defense

  • Attorney General

  • Secretary of the Interior

  • Secretary of Agriculture

  • Secretary of Commerce

  • Secretary of Labor

  • Secretary of Health and Human Services

  • Secretary of Housing and Urban Development

  • Secretary of Transportation

  • Secretary of Energy

  • Secretary of Education

  • Secretary of Veterans Affairs

  • Secretary of Homeland Security

Vice President.

The vice president has a some major responsibilities some of them consist of him being presiding officer of the senate and a ceremonial assistant to the president. The Vice Presidents have definitely become more important than what they used to be they how more roles and jobs of their own to take care of.

Presidents Cabinet.

  • the Treasury

  • Defense

  • Attorney General

  • the Interior

  • Agriculture

  • Commerce

  • Labor

  • Health and Human Services

  • Housing and Urban Development

  • Transportation

  • Energy

  • Education
  • Veterans Affairs
  • Homeland Security
  • The purpose of the cabinet is that the leaders of each of their groups and they are their to help the president. The national security council is there to advise and assist the president on national security and foreign policies the member are the president vice president secretary of state, secretary of defense secretary of treasury and the national security advisor. The white house staff are there to take care of the president and help him with anything he needs to be helped with. & to make sure the good things about the president are posted out there. The office of management and budget job is to help the president prepare the federal budget.

Federal Bureaucracy

  • The Federal Bureaucracy consists of about 500 departments that carry out responsibilities assigned to them from legislation

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