Although many recognize the President of the United States as our chief executive, the Executive Branch itself carries more roles and responsibilities than many realize. The Executive Branch preserves the rights and safeties guaranteed to all citizens.
Roles of the President - The Executive Branch of the US Government
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As the Commander-In-Chief, the president is the leader of the United States military and all those who belong to it.
As the Chief Diplomat, the president decides how American ambassadors interact with foreign governments.
As Chief Executive, the president is the top administrator over all federal workers. The president also makes sure that laws are being enforced throughout the country.
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