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1 INAUGURATION 2013

2 NRA Video NRA video NRA video NRA video NRA video

3 Michelle turns 50 with Oprah

4 $294.9 million

5 THE PRESIDENCY

6 CHIEF OF STATE 1787 Constitutional Convention 1787 Constitutional Convention Constitutional monarchy proposed. Constitutional monarchy proposed.

7 CHIEF OF STATE Ceremonial head of the U.S. government Ceremonial head of the U.S. government Hail to the Chief Hail to the Chief Hail to the Chief Hail to the Chief

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9 CHIEF OF STATE President both reigns and rules President both reigns and rules Example Example President meets with foreign leaders President meets with foreign leaders

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16 CHIEF OF STATE Signs all commissions for the government. Signs all commissions for the government.

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19 CHIEF LEGISLATOR Source of Power Source of Power Article II Section 3 Article II Section 3 “He shall from time to time give the Congress information of the state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and proper.” “He shall from time to time give the Congress information of the state of the Union, and recommend to their consideration such measures as he shall judge necessary and proper.” Sets the overall shape of the congressional agenda Sets the overall shape of the congressional agenda

20 CHIEF LEGISLATOR Purpose of the State of the Union Purpose of the State of the Union Economic Policies Economic Policies Domestic Policies Domestic Policies Foreign Policies Foreign Policies Current Issues Current Issues

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22 Presidential Succession OfficeName Vice PresidentJoseph Biden Speaker of the HouseJohn Boehner President pro tempore of SenatePatrick Leahy Secretary of StateJohn Berry Secretary of TreasuryJacob Lew Secretary of DefenseChuck Hagel Attorney GeneralEric Holder Secretary of InteriorSally Jewel Secretary of AgricultureTom Vilsack Secretary of CommercePenny Pritzker Secretary of LaborThomas E. Perez Secretary of Health and Human ServicesSylvia Mathews Burwell Secretary of Housing and Urban DevelopmentJulian Castro Secretary of TransportationAnthony Foxx Secretary of EnergyErnest Moniz Secretary of EducationArne Duncan Secretary of Veterans AffairsRobert McDonald Secretary of Homeland SecurityJeh Johnson

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24 CHIEF LEGISLATOR Budget Budget

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28 CHIEF LEGISLATOR Influence on Congress Influence on Congress Initiates, suggests, requests, supports, insists, and demands that Congress enacts much of the legislation that it does Initiates, suggests, requests, supports, insists, and demands that Congress enacts much of the legislation that it does

29 CHIEF LEGISLATOR Actions of the President Actions of the President Sign the Bill Sign the Bill Veto the Bill Veto the Bill Bargaining Item Bargaining Item Types Types Pocket Veto Pocket Veto Line Item Line Item

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33 Chief Diplomat Initiating Foreign Policy Initiating Foreign Policy Personal philosophy on American foreign relations. Personal philosophy on American foreign relations. Doctrines Doctrines

34 James Monroe The Monroe Doctrine 1823

35 Theodore Roosevelt The Roosevelt Corollary 1904

36 Harry Truman Truman Doctrine 1947

37 CHIEF DIPLOMAT Recognizes New Foreign Governments Recognizes New Foreign Governments Diplomatic Recognition Diplomatic Recognition Economic Support Economic Support Military Support Military Support

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44 Chief Diplomat Making Treaties Making Treaties Negotiations Negotiations Senate Approval Senate Approval 2/3 of the Senate 2/3 of the Senate Executive Order Executive Order

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50 Chief Politician Persuading Congress Persuading Congress Personal Contact Personal Contact Pet Bills Pet Bills Withhold Spending Withhold Spending Good of the Party Good of the Party Direct Appeal to the Public Direct Appeal to the Public

51 Chief Politician Coattail Effect Coattail Effect

52 Chief Jurist Judicial Appointments Judicial Appointments Confirmation from the Senate Confirmation from the Senate 2 Tests to meet 2 Tests to meet Support of the party Support of the party Competence of law Competence of law White House Staffers prepare lists of qualified candidates White House Staffers prepare lists of qualified candidates

53 Chief Jurist Pardon Pardon 3 Types 3 Types Full Pardon Full Pardon Commute Commute Reprieve Reprieve Jurisdiction Jurisdiction Federal Criminal Cases Federal Criminal Cases Impeachment and conviction Impeachment and conviction

54 COMMANDER IN CHIEF The Constitution makes the President the Commander in Chief of the nation’s armed forces. The Constitution makes the President the Commander in Chief of the nation’s armed forces. Lessons of history Lessons of history Truman-MacArthur Truman-MacArthur Obama-McCrystal Obama-McCrystal

55 Commander in Chief Final military authority Final military authority Role of Congress Role of Congress Declaration of War Declaration of War War Powers Resolution War Powers Resolution

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63 Chief Executive Administration Administration The Cabinet The Cabinet State State War War Treasury Treasury Selection Selection Senate Approval Senate Approval Withdraw Withdraw

64 Who Are They?

65 Obama’s First Cabinet Meeting

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70 CHIEF CITIZEN Expected to be the “representative of all people” Expected to be the “representative of all people” The one to work for and represent public interest against private interest The one to work for and represent public interest against private interest Place of “moral leadership” Place of “moral leadership”

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76 Obama’s Christmas Message 2014 Christmas Message 2014 Christmas Message 2014 Christmas Message 2014 Christmas Message 2014

77 Obama Limo

78 An Inside Look

79 The End

80 CHIEF OF PARTY Acknowledged leader of his/her party Acknowledged leader of his/her party This role is vital because of the power and influence of political parties This role is vital because of the power and influence of political parties

81 Must play all of these roles simultaneously Must play all of these roles simultaneously The manner in which one role is played can influence the way the others are played The manner in which one role is played can influence the way the others are played Examples: Examples: Lyndon B. Johnson Lyndon B. Johnson Richard Nixon Richard Nixon

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