THE PRESIDENT CHAPTERS 13 - 17 PART 2 THE ROLE OF THE PRESIDENT #1 ROLE OF THE PRESIDENT:
The president has certain roles he/she is expected to perform: I would know these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! CHIEF OF STATE
This means he is the ceremonial head of the government of the United States, the symbol of all the people of the nation. Queen Elizabeth and President Reagan, 1983 President Kennedy speaks at
Berlin Wall, 1963 CHIEF OF THE PARTY: the acknowledged leader of the political party that controls the executive branch.
CHIEF ADMINISTRATOR The director of the United States government. CHIEF CITIZEN: expected to be the representative of all the people.
#2 EXPRESSED POWERS These are the powers that the constitution states the president has Specifically stated Mainly found in Article II
These are FORMAL or EXPRESSED powers I would know these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! COMMANDER IN CHIEF
The Constitution gives him/her complete control of the nations armed forces. CHIEF EXECUTIVE: Faithfully execute the laws Require the opinion of heads of executive departments
Grant pardons for federal offenses except for cases of impeachment Nominate judges of the Supreme Court and all other officers of the U.S. with consent of the Senate Fill vacancies that may happen during recess of the Senate CHIEF LEGISLATOR:
The main architect of the nations public policies Give State of the Union address to Congress Recommend measures to the Congress Upon extraordinary occasions convene both houses of Congress Presidential Veto
CHIEF DIPLOMAT: The main architect of American foreign policy and chief spokesperson to the rest of the world Appoint ambassadors, ministers and consuls Make treaties subject to Senate confirmation Receive ambassadors
#3 IMPLIED POWERS Those powers not explicitly written in the Constitution These are INFORMAL or IMPLIED powers You need to know these!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! EXECUTIVE ORDERS
Orders issued by the President that carry the force of law Notice for Japanese relocation, 1942 EXECUTIVE AGREEMENTS
International agreements, usually related to trade, made by a president that has the force of a treaty; does NOT need Senate approval EXECUTIVE PRIVILEGE Claim by a president that he has the right to decide that the national interest will
be better served if certain information is withheld from the public, including the Courts and Congress
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