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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 The Presidential Powers Executive Powers Executing the Law The first order of business, the president must accept the Oath of Office. After he accepts the position he is in charge of... - Armed Forces- Social Securty- Minium Wages- Protection of the country- Imigration- Taxes- etc. The Ordience of Powers The president has executive order to uphold the law, and also the ordinance of powers issues from both the Constitution as well as Acts of Congress. The Appointed Power People who work underneath the president who help him with his job in running the country. The Removal Power The President could get rid of a first, second, or third class postmasterwith consulting the Senate and the constitution does not say who or what appointed officers who may be dissmissed Legislative Powers Recomending Legislation The President plays two powers which are The Chief of Party and Chief Citizen, and he is able to influence congresses decisions. Veto Power The power of the President to veto or reject a bill passing in congress. Diplomatic Powers The Powers to make Treaties In order to have the power to make a treaty the President must get approval by 2/3 of the Senate. However Congress can override the validation of a treaty if it conflicts with existing U.S laws. Executive Agreements To Create agreements that the presidents uses to accept or pass laws. The Power of Recognition President can receive diplomatic representatives in order to exercise the power of recognition. The president is treated as an equal family of nations with our fellow neighboring countries. Military Powers Commander in Chief The president is the main decider whether we go to war or not, and congress has limited power. Undeclared War: War declared without Declaration of war and declare war without congresses knowledge. Congressional Resolutions:War Powers Resolutions:
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