What power does the president have that the Tennessee governor does not have?
what powers does the president have that the Tennessee governor does not have
Tennessee did not have a president-- it was part of the United States (the US president was Tennessee's president too). Tennessee had a governor, and some cities had mayors. But perhaps you are asking about a president who came from Tennessee-- that would be Andrew Jackson. He was the seventh US president, and served from 1829 to 1837.
In 1862, Andrew Johnson was the Union's military governor of Tennessee even though Tennessee was officially a Confederate state. Johnson was a Democrat and a Unionist. He saw as did President Lincoln did, that Eastern Tennessee was a hotbed for Unionists. He urged Halleck to make all efforts to take over this Federal friendly section of Tennessee.
A president is generally the leader of an entire country. A governor is generally the leader of a state. Thus, while a governor has power at the local level, the president has power at the national level. President is a federal job, making him in control of all 50 states as a whole. Governor is a state thing, he is voted for by only his state, and has no affect on states other then his…
What is the line item veto does the president have this power Did any president ever have this power if so who?
Well that all depends on what you mean...in Texas government the Texas governor is going to have more veto power due to the fact that the United States President does not control state legislation. In the US legislation the US President is going to have the most veto power because the Texas governor has no control over Federal legislation.