Every year, the President gives a State of the Union speech, where he discusses his progress as President.
The leader of the Executive Branch is the President of the United States. He is also the Commander in Chief of the military.
Fifth, the President has the power to veto, approve, or pocket veto bills sent to him by Congress.
The Executive Branch/President can also nominate Supreme Court Justices
The Executive Branch doesn't work alone. It has fifteen different departments to assist the President and Vice President
Third, the President can negotiate treaties with other countries, with a 2/3 congress approval.
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