Chief of Executive The President is vested by the Constitution with broad executive powers. This power is used at home on domestic issues and also extends to foreign affairs. The executive power is limited, however, by our government’s system of checks and balances.
I think I have all the power...but I really don´t :(
Chief Administrator The President is in charge of the executive branch of the federal government. This branch employs more than 2.7 million civilians.
I´m in charge of everyone!
Chief Legislator The President shapes public policy. The President may suggest, request, and insist that Congress enact laws he believes are needed.
Congress you must do what I say!
Chief Diplomat The main author of American foreign policy. Everything the President says and does is closely followed, both at home and in other countries.
Truce from America to Djibouti
Commander and Chief The President is in command of the armed forces. This power gives the President direct and immediate control of the military.
Chief Citizen This means the President should represent all of the people of the United States. Citizens expect the President to work for their interests and provide moral leadership.
I am the government of the people, by the people, and for the people.