The Role Of The President

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The Role of the President is multifaceted he is both the head of state and head of The United States government, he is also the Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces. The term of office is 8 years and a President may not serve more than 2 terms. Article 2 of the Constitution of the United States of America deems that the President is Head of State, responsible for execution as well as enforcement of laws which are created by Congress. The president has the power to sign legislation into law and human also veto any bill and acted by Congress. Executive orders and appointments of heads of federal agencies, are also issued by the President, who may also issue pardons and grant clemency’s to individuals who have committed federal crimes, except in The case of impeachments. The executive branch of government that was originally not in the Articles of Confederation because they did want to give too much power to one person, however that change with the US Constitution, which gives the president immense power both formal and informal. The Constitution states that the President shares power with all the branches of government particularly the Congress. Also, due to the growth of the federal government since The Great Depression and through the Cold War, the president as the chief executive has the power to direct the federal bureaucracy and enforce the law as those bureaucracies get bigger, thus the president as chief executive has even more power! Also, when it comes to

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