Who is the 18 president?
The 18th President of the United States was Ulysses S. Grant from March 4, 1869 to March 4, 1877
3 people found this useful
In the United States, the president is someone who runs thiscountry. He (and in the United States, so far, presidents have allbeen male) is the leader of the political party in power, sets theagenda for that party, and makes the major decisions regardingAmerican foreign and domestic priorities. He i…s also the commanderin chief of the military. A president in politics is like a primeminister-- some countries call their political leader a president,while others call him (or her) a prime minister-- and there havebeen some countries with a woman prime minister. Currently inAmerica, the president is Barack Obama. Presidents serve afour-year term, and can then be re-elected to a second four-yearterm. (MORE)
This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. In the United States, Donald John Trump was sworn in as the45th President on January 20, 2017.
1: You can vote for presidential elections.. 2: You can buy guns (handguns when you turn 21).. 3: You can live on your own.
The president is Chief Executive and chooses governmentofficials with approval by the Senate. . He or she is Chief Legislator and can veto bills in Congress oruse influence to get them passed. . She or he is Chief Diplomat and determines foreign policy. . The president is Commander-in-Chief of th…e armed forces. . Finally, the president is Chief of State, representing ourcountry to other world leaders. . Have students skim the newspaper to find out which job thepresident seems to be doing today. (MORE)
The President of the United States is considered an important position who is an avid follower of this year's presidential campaign. "While Congress puts most powers in check, this is what a democracy is: a system of checks and balances. We would not want a person in total control." According to t…he Constitution, the president has several responsibilities. However, most of these are subject to review by Congress. For example, the president "shall appoint ambassadors, other public ministers and consuls...and all other offices of the United States." This power allows presidents to appoint thousands of public officials during their administration. While this may be a wonderful opportunity for a president, these appointments must be approved by a majority of the Senate. The president also has the power to veto a law. The constitution says that before any law takes effect, the president must approve it. If a president does not agree with a law, he can simply veto it and the law does not go into effect. Congress can override the president's veto only with two-thirds of the Senate and the House of Representatives. According to The New American Democracy, this only happens about one out of every ten times a veto is cast. The president may also make recommendations to Congress. However these are simply recommendations, not demands. Congress can ignore or change a president's proposal. For example, Bill Clinton proposed health care and welfare reform. Congress rejected his health-care proposals and modified his welfare reform ideas. The president's suggestions do not have to be followed by Congress. (MORE)
McCain!McCain was a pilot in the Vietnam war,he was tortured by the Vietnamese for 3 years!JUST VOTE FOR JOHN McCAIN!!!
A president of the United States can do anything within the power of the executive branch. He is not contained by any laws of the US, and the only way he can ever be brought to terms with his offenses is if he's been impeached (or official charges brought against). The power of the President is con…trolled by the system of checks and balances, in which the legislative, executive, and judicial branches of the government all keep each other from becoming too powerful. (MORE)
it is to have the roll of President and the President is the person who leads cerntain counties
no You can register before you turn 18 if you will be 18 by the next Election Day.
I assume you are asking what is 18 percent of 8.00. If so, multiply 8.00 by .18 to find the answer. (8.00 x .18 = 1.44)
Someone has to run the nation. The president is the person of the people. Without the president, who is going to think through all of the bills passed by congress? No one. Without the president, the country would be in turmoil because without a leader, the people are nothing.
I cannot be the president because I dont have enough money but i wish i could however i would be happy to write policy behind the scenes. i have some good ideas
Yes, an 18 year old US citizen has the constitutional right to vote. But the 18 year old must remember to register to vote.
A president is the leader of a nation of people. Presidents areleaders of people who are ruled under a democracy.
My Friend Hannah Looked This Up Too And She Found Something That Said He Would Change The Natinal Anthem.. P.S. I Hate John McCain!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I Love Barack Obama!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Barack H. Obama is our 44th president because he won the election against John McCain.
When you're 18 most people finish college and they say they are gonna move out.
yes they do vote for president when you are 18 years of age. because 18 is the legal voting age.
If the voting age is 18 because it is the age that one is draftable into the military then shouldn't the voting age be 14 so one can elect the president that won't draft them?
well, it would be against the United states Constitution and against the American federal government law, so it will stay at 18 unless ratified.
The sons of Abraham Lincoln:. Robert Todd Lincoln (1843-1926)d. at age 82. Edward Baker Lincoln (1846-1850) d. at age 4. William Wallace Lincoln (1850-1862) d. at age 11. Thomas Lincoln (1853-1871) d. at age 18. Robert was the only son to live past 18.
When Obama becomes president he'll drink up on a 40oz and sit on the pourch chillen
The President of the United State's job is to govern the United States of America.
The 18th President of the United States was Ulysses S. Grant. President Grant was in office from March 4, 1869 to March 4, 1877.
You can be president when there is an election. you should be maybe in your thirtys before you run.
Eighteen could be broken down to 10 and 8 So, if you are adding 18+18 then you could convert it into 10+10+8+8 20+16= 36 18 + 18= 36
Presider is a rather recent term that has come into use to replace the older term celebrant. The word celebrant came into use after the Second Vatican Council because the Holy Father at that time allowed concelebration (more than one priest and/or bishop to celebrate the same Mass together at the sa…me time. Previously the only time there was such a thing as concelebration was at a priest's ordination, he knelt on a kneeler in the sanctuary and repeated the Canon of the Mass along with the priest or Bishop celebrated the Mass. Celebrant came to be the term used to indicate the priest or Bishop who was the main celebrant at the Mass. For some strange reason, liturgists have decided that presider is more politically correct. (MORE)
Presidents share all their powers with other branches of government. Presidents can achieve their policy goals only by winning the support of other political actors. When the institution has grown in terms of the number of people it employs, in terms of the range of policy problems for which presi…dents are held accountable, and in terms of the international responsibilities of its incumbent. The president, whose international prominence is so great, must always remember that at home, success depends on the ability to persuade other politicians to cooperate. (MORE)
Barack Obama is the Pres. of the U.S. His duties include signing and vetoing bills, proposing laws to congress, and building good relations with other world leaders. He is also the commander in chief of the United States Military forces.
The 18th President of the United States Ulysses S. Grant died on July 23, 1885 in Wilton, New York.
18 + 24 + 18 = 60/3 = 20 The average of the three numbers is therefore 20.
take care of people pays bills sends bills cure his country from a decease THANK YOU
They needed someone to handle the country that we can vote for. The majority of votes for each candidate had to be picked upon which candidate has the most votes.
Most people in America either begin college when they are 18 or 19 depending on there birthday, though some choose to postpone there college education and start older then 18 or 19.
When you are 18 years old you will be eligible to vote in elections in the US but you will not actually elect the President Who does?
be 18 years old by December 31 of the year in which ... If you cannot pick up your ballot, or will not be able to receive it ... by mail for each of these elections in which you are eligible to vote . ...
You don't. However countries will always have some form of leader, king, emperor, prime minister, dictator, fuhrer, chief minister etc. In the United States we have to have a president because that is the form of our government. In a republic it has become the norm to call the leader the presiden…t. (MORE)
Since minus a negative is the same as a plus, then 18 - (-18) is the same as 18+18 = 36
Because that's a part of life. You Have to be 18 so u can vote, drive, etc.
No. Oxygen always has 8 protons. Oxygen 18 has 8 protons and 10 neutrons (8 + 10 = 18)
18 x 17 = 306 There are 18 possibilities for president, but once the president is chosen there are only 17 possibilities for vice-president.
Too much to carry in your pocket comfortably. Exchange the 18 quarters and 15 of the dimes for six dollar bills. $6.30
Which first lady was originally married at 18 and became a widow with two infants by 26 and married a future US president at 28?
Dolley Madison almost fits this description - she was a widow ofage 26 who had married at 18 when she married James Madison, butshe had only one young son. Sorry J.P. Helm, but your answer is incorrect for this question.Martha Dandridge was 18 years old when she wed Daniel Parke Custisin 1749. Alt…hough they produced four children, two of the children,along with her husband, had died by 1757 when she was 26. At age28, Martha then wed Colonel George Washington and had no morechildren. (MORE)
Because it's the largest number that can go into both of those numbers evenly with no remainder.
In spite of his victory, Confederate President Jefferson Davis decided to replace General Johnston with _______ on July 18.
If you are asking if you (or anyone) can become president, the answer is yes-- but there are several rules that are in the Constitution, and they apply only to the president: he (or she) must be American-born, and at least 35 years old. If you were not born in the United States, you may still be a g…overnor or a senator or a representative, but you may not be the president. (MORE)
It is unfortunate that you will miss the upcoming election by such a short time. You have to be 18 years old on election day, and that won't be the case.
Millard Fillmore seems closest to satisfying this description. He got his first opportunity to go to real school when he was 19. Before that, he had had some sporadic instruction but had a very small vocabulary and was surely not a skilled writer or reader.
This President is AMERICA it's self .. AMERICA FREK YEAH! Happy 4th of July ~Dah Boss
18*1=18 18*2=36 18*3=54 18*4=72 18*5=90 18*6=108 18*7=126 18*8=144 18*9=162 18*10=180 18*11=198 18*12=210 18*13=228 18*14=246 18*15=270 18*16=288 18*17=306 18*18=324
Barack Obama was born in Honolulu, Hawaii in 1961. Other than living briefly (four years) in Indonesia with his mom and step-dad, he mainly lived in Hawaii until college. He attended college in Los Angeles and New York, graduating in 1983. He found work in Chicago, Illinois, and that is where he mad…e his home, eventually got married, and he and Michelle began raising their two daughters. He spent two years attending Harvard Law School in Cambridge MA (1989-1991), but for the most part, his home was in Chicago from the mid 1980s until he was elected president; to this day, he continues to own a house in Chicago, and thinks of himself as being from both Hawaii and Illinois. (MORE)
Dennis Miller Live - 1994 A Female President 7-18 was released on: USA: 2 June 2000