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The Presidency of the United States

 

Impeachment President and Congress The President President's Job, Part I President's Job, Part II President's Cabinet President Has Fun

 
The President's Job, Part II

It is not an easy job being president of the United States. Many different presidential duties and responsibilities for the president are described in the Constitution. Only people with a lot of energy should apply for this job!

The descriptions below for the president's various jobs are incomplete. Print this worksheet and read the headings in the ads. Then write the description of the duties that fall under that heading.

Extremely Capable Person to be COMMANDER IN CHIEF...
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Person with a "take charge" attitude to head up the country as CHIEF EXECUTIVE...
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Person who knows about foreign countries to be HEAD OF STATE...
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Constitutionally aware sharp thinker to be CHIEF LEGISLATOR...
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Strong leader and visionary to be CHIEF OF THE PARTY...
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