1. Chief of State 2. Chief Executive 3. Chief Diplomat 4. Commander in Chief 5. Chief Legislator 6. Chief of Party 7. Chief Guardian of the Economy
To preserve, protect and defend.
The one main responsibility for the US president is to take care of USA.
yes he is reponsibilities of the u s a
The US President IS the commander of chief. This is one of the President's responsibilities of office.
well, one main responsibility of the president is leading the executive branch
What were three major accomplishments William Henry Harrison made when he was the US President?
The US has had a president since April 30,1789. So the US has had a president for 223 years and a little more than seven months.
He was the fifth President of the US.
To protect,defend and serve the people and make sure they are at least content if not happy.
Article II ( executive power ) (And if this is from study island your a cheater!!!)
It is more appropriate to say that the Vice-President of the United States has as one of his constitutional responsibilities to serve as President of the US Senate.
== Answer== The first major responsibility is, in order to become a good leader in congress, he can only take two vacations, the president is NOT the president so he can kick back and relax. Second : VETO or Not he still should go by the law, The potusa ( president of the united states of America ).. " That's right, the president HAS to go by the rules same people have to go by!, they are not special since they are In CHARGE of America " p.s the world would not go any better with out the president so why do people always try to KILL him!!
The US now had major interests and responsibilities in the Philippines, the Pacific and the Caribbean.
The Army Major outranks an Army Captain. Their relative power might have more to do with their jobs and responsibilities, though.
Because the US president lives there.
Ursa Major is the "Big Dipper" in the US. In the UK it is the Plough.
Rutherford Birchard Hayes
1.The Constitution goes on to explain the duties and responsibilities of the president.The Constitution says that executive power is vested in the President in the Executive Branch.
Study Island Cabinet members serve as policy advisors to the U.S. President.
Article II of the U.S. Constitution establishes the office of President, and defines the qualifications, the powers and the responsibilities.