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What does the president do when he is chief legislator?
A president who is a chief legislator is actively involved in the drafting and passing of laws. In the United States, the president does not hold this role. ...
Asked in US Presidents
What role did the president play in the American president movie?
In The American President, the president has the role of commander in chief, chief diplomat, chief legislator, political party leader and a world leader. ...
What is the role of the state governor?
Policy maker chief legislator chief administrator ceremonial leader intergovernmental coordinator economic development promoter party leader public opinion leader THE THREE MAIN ROLES ARE... CHIEF EXECUTIVE, CHIEF LEGISLATOR, POLITICAL PARTY LEADER ...
What role did Ulysses S. Grant play in war?
Ulysses S. Grant was the commander of the Union troops. General Robert E. Lee, of the Confederate, surrendered to Grant at Appomattix Courthouse on April 9th, 1865. ...
Asked in US Constitution
Does the president have a formal role in the constitution?
head of state, commander in chief, chief diplomat, chief executive/administrator, chief legislator, nominates federal judges, grants reprieves, pardons and amnesties, veto, pocket veto ...
Asked in Mexican-American War
Who were two US Presidents that served in the Mexican American War?
Zachary Taylor and Ulysses S. Grant. Franklin Pierce also served and played a more prominent role than did Grant. ...
Asked in US Presidents, Definitions
Define chief citizen?
Chief Citizen is one of six roles the President of the United States takes on immediately after assuming office. These roles are: (1) chief of state, (2) chief executive, (3) chief administrator, (4) chief diplomat, (5) commander in chief, (6) chief legislator, (7) party chief, and (8) chief citizen. This role of Chief Citizen basically states that the president works for the people, not just for the government or people that elected them. ...
The leader of the union army during the civil war?
The most famous Union Army Chief of Staff was Ulysses S. Grant, who served in that role from March of 1864 to March of 1869. Other Chiefs of Staff before him include Henry Halleck, George B. McClellan, and Winfield Scott. ...
What was the new position of General Henry Halleck when US Grant became general in chief in 1864?
Chief of Staff - to which he was well suited.