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Powers of the President

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Syreeta Rohdin

on 15 October 2012

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Powers of the
President March 4th --> January 20th (odd year) The Moment where it all begins... Powers of Appointment Commander in Chief Post- Presidential Powers Sunday 20th ---> private ceremony on the 19th President until noon of next inauguration day "I do solemnly swear (or affirm) that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States. So help me God." Amendment XX ratified on Jan. 23, 1933 Pension Jan. 20th at 12:00:00 pm Presidential Pension = current Cabinet Salary Lifetime Guarantee 2008 Pension= $199,700 Presidential Widows receive $20,000 annually Must waive the right to any other annuity or pension under any other legislation. Monthly checks are the responsibility of the Secretary of Treasury Transition Expense Available for seven months to both the president and vice president Begins December 20th Uses: - relocate private life
- provide office space
- staff compensation
- communication services
- printing/postage needed in the transition President who resigns prior to the expiration of the term of office is also entitled to transition expenses. Staff and Office Allowances Six months after term ends First 30 months $150,000
annually After the 30 months $96,000
annually Travel Expenses Official travel only covered Cost allows for two staff members General Services Administration determines appropriate cost Secret Service Lifetime Protection for terms prior to January 1,1997 Post 1-1-1997 only 10 years of protection after term Spouses Post 1/1/1997 10 years of protection or until remarried Prior to 1-1-1997 lifetime protection or until remarried Kids Allowed to decline protection Protected to age 16
Or for 10 years Medical Expenses Entitled to treatment at Veterans Hospitals Spouses, Minor children, Widows Billed at inter-agency reimbursement rate Federal judges Ambassador-cabinet members Hold the power of removal Controls all branches of the military
-Air Force
-Marines Corps Secretary of Treasury Secretary of State Secretary of Defense Attorney General Secretary of Commerce Secretary of Agriculture Declare a federal state of emergency Veto Power Pocket Veto Veto Signing into law State Funerals Formal funeral request Entitled to burial at Arlington National Cemetery, VA Congressional honor allows the former presidents body to lie in the Capital Rotunda Thank You Any Questions? 10 days (excluding Sundays) No signature Executive Orders Pardon Power Foreign Policy Powers Air Force One Issuing proclamations An executive order Grant reprieves and pardons

Only for offenses against the United States

Excludes a cases of impeachment." Communicate with other nations Recognize foreign governments Receive ambassadors Make treaties with other governments Make executive agreements Name of any Air Force aircraft carrying the President Two highly customized Boeing 747-200B series aircraft Tail codes 28000 and 29000
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