No, the president does not have to do what they reccomend, but he can if he wants. A lot of the time he does.
Presidential advisors can have a variety of different titles. These include:Assistants to the PresidentCounselors to the PresidentMilitary aides to the PresidentNational Security AdvisorsPersonal Secretaries to the PresidentSenior Advisors to the PresidentCounselsetc.
the advisors for the president
They are advisors for him
The advisors of the President.
The President's advisor are the Cabinet members, the White House Chief of Staff, and the Counselor to the President. In addition, the President has Senior Advisors who act as public liaison.
Advisors select and choose a vice president.
Dwight D. Eisenhower sent soldiers to South Vietnam as advisors.
Often, the president and his top advisors gather in the situation room to keep abreast of the situation. The president almost always addresses the nation in response to any crisis.
the president along with his financial advisors
President, VP, and his cabinet (advisors).
I understand it is monarch