This project explains the executive branch for kids .
The executive branch of the government is a very important branch. This branch enforces laws. The executive branch has the president in it also, he his head of state, and commander in chief of the U.S army.
The executive branch was invented in 1789. Another thing the executive branch does is employs and departs military soldiers to fight for us in war. The executive branch has been active for almost 230 years!
This branch is one of the most important branches. This is s because the president controls foreign policy, has a veto, and decides how to enforce laws.
Why the Executive Branch was created? Well this branch was created to carry out and enforce laws by the Legislative Branch.
Who were the people that made all the branches possible? The people in the U.S constitution were behind the whole "branch" setup of the government.
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