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KTR, Chapter 8

The Presidency

Ryan Burge

on 16 October 2016

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Transcript of KTR, Chapter 8

Problem Solver
Commander of the Military
Represents the Country
Ruler of the Economy
Comforter in Chief
Protector of the Republic
What we THINK the President can do
What the President can ACTUALLY do
Constitutional Limitations
Necessity of bargaining
Head of State
Head of Government
Qualifications for President
1. Natural Born Citizen
2. 35 years old
3. Resident of the U.S. for 14 years
How to Remove a President
1. The House brings charges (impeachment)
2. The Senate conducts a trial
"Treason, bribery, or other high crimes and misdemeanors"
The Powers of the President
Chief Administrator
Appoints the Cabinet
Commander in Chief
Chief Foreign Policy Maker
Executive Powers
Legislative Powers
State of the Union
Presidential Veto
Executive Orders
Judicial Powers
Judicial Appointment
Solicitor General
Pardoning Power
Assembled State Militias
Enlarged Army and Navy beyond limits
Pledged government credit for a loan
Instituted a naval blockade of the South
Suspended habeas corpus
Authorized military courts
Allowed AG to search homes without warrant
Moved United States off the Gold Standard
Tremendously increased the size of the federal budget
Increased the number of nonmilitary workers on the payroll by 50%
Threatened to change the Supreme Court if it found his policies unconstitutional
Civil War
Great Depression
Presidents in Times of Crisis
How do Presidents get things done?
Power to Persuade
Going Public
Presidential Ratings
Cycle Effect
Honeymoon Period
Rally Around the Flag
Divided Government
Unified Government
White House Staff
The First Lady
Vice President
Chief of Staff
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