The Executive Branch of the Government is made up of of the President, the Vice President, and the cabinet.
Most of the executive branch's power lies in the hands of the President, Jonathan Huang.
It takes a lot to be a president. First of all, to be eligible you need to be 35 years old and a 14 year resident of the USA. Next, you have to win the election by winning the electoral college against tough candidates. I have many responsibilities. I represent the country, choose how to enforce laws, appoint other government workers, choose what ambassadors say, am in charge of the armed forces, and have to help the economy run smoothly.
The vice presidents job is to be in charge of the Senate.
The president appoints a cabinet of 14 members to help enforce laws. Some of them are in charge of education, transportation and the treasury.
The Executive Branch represents the United States of America.