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The Role of the President, Including an Explanation of How the President Is Selected

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Explain the role of the President, including an explanation of how the president is selected

"The Most Powerful Man in the World", "The Leader of the World" and the "The Person In charge of the United States Government" are few phrases used to describe the President of the US; well his job is also not that easy. The President of the United States is one such leader. As a nation, we place no greater responsibility on any one individual than we do on the president. The President leads the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces. The President has a lot of things to do for their country and it is going to be hard for the people of the United States if they choose the wrong president. In this research paper, the researcher is going to talk about the role and responsibility of the U.S. President and their own roles as citizens of a democracy, what they do to make the country more successful, what there job really is, including an explanation of how the president is being selected. Some people believe that being a president is just an easy job and you just sit there and do nothing. Most people wants to be a president because they think that being a president is cool and you receive a lot of money but when you think of what they actually do, its really complicated and hard.

How does the president being selected? To be a president, you have to be born in the United States, live in the United States for at least 14 years, and you have to be at least 35 years old. The constitution says that the president is not allowed to serve more than 2 terms, which is 8 years. The election process begins with the primary elections, during which political parties each select a nominee to unite behind; the nominee in turns selects a vice presidential running mate. The candidates then face off in the general election, usually participating in nationally televised debates before Election Day and campaigning across the...

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