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The purpose is to carry out the laws. PRESIDENT VICE PRESIDENT CABINET
There are 14 cabinet positions President Theodore Roosevelt gave the “White House” its name in 1901 The President is responsible for supporting the cabinet
The purpose is to write the bills CONGRESS HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES SENATE
A representative serves 2 years The Constitution got started in 1787 A bill has to go through the Congress to get to the President.
The purpose is to explain and apply the laws. SUPREME COURT
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