Responsibilities of the Executive Branch

Responsibilities of the Executive Branch
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  • 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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  • Justice, Transportation, Agriculture, Education, Commerce, State, Housing and Urban Development, Energy, Defense, Homeland Security, Interior, Labor, Veterans Affairs, Treasury, and Health and Human Services.
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