Looking for new President of the US
The Constitution assigns the president two roles: chief executive of the federal government and Commander in Chief of the armed forces. As Commander in Chief, the president has the authority to send troops into combat, and is the only one who can decide whether to use nuclear weapons.
As chief executive, he enforces laws, treaties, and court rulings; develops federal policies; prepares the national budget; and appoints federal officials. He also approves or vetoes acts of Congress and grants pardons.
The man or woman who commands from the Oval Office must be able to negotiate with other politicians in the US Senate, House of Representatives, as well as foreign dignitaries and leaders. They must be a good business person to keep the country out of debt.
The president must be at least 35 years old, a natural-born citizen, and have lived in the United States at least 14 years.
$1 million "unanticipated needs" account to be used for official purposes.
$100,000 travel account
Protection for the rest of their lives
Yearly $400,000 salary