National Government Assignment
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Head of State
The President makes appointments to the Executive branch, and issues signing statements. This power is broad ranging to foreign affairs, however is limited by government through checks and balances.
The President is viewed as the symbolic figure representing, and leading the country.
As Chief Diplomat, the President holds the responsibility of conducting foreign policy, and negotiating treaties and other agreements with other countries. Also, nominating ambassadors.
Commander In Chief
The President issues executive orders and can recommend policies to Congress through the annual State of the Union Address. As Chief Legislator, the power to veto or pass a bill is acknowledged.
The Party Chief is considered the leader of the political party that controls the executive branch. As president, he/she raises major funds and encourages voting in relation to the posed policy, and re-election.
The Constitution gives the power to the President to be Commander In Chief of Americas military forces and securities. The Department of Defense allows for the control of military operations.
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