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The Presidency: Part Two

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Pete Bonds

on 19 January 2018

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The Presidency: Part Two
What is the President's role in:

-Making Laws
-Making Treaties
-The Military

Removing a President from office: Impeachment
Article Two, Section Four
Article Two, Section Two, ctd...
-"The Power to grant Pardons and Reprieves" to
those convicted of a federal crime.
Obama's pardons: http://www.justice.gov/pardon/obama-pardons

Historical Stats: http://www.justice.gov/pardon/clemency-statistics
-What is a
-What is a
-No Congressional approval needed
Article Two, Section Three: Duties of the President
-Give Congress information on the State of the Union.

-Faithfully execute the laws of the United States.

-Commission all officers.

-Call Congress into session in an emergency.

-Meet foreign leaders

-House writes and votes on Articles of Impeachment

-If impeached, the trial is held in the Senate

-The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court presides

-If the Senate convicts, the President is removed from office
-Requires a 2/3rds vote in Senate
-No president has been removed
*A. Johnson, Bill Clinton
John F. Kennedy (1961 to 1963)575
Lyndon B. Johnson (1963 to 1969)1,187
Richard Nixon (1969 to 1974)926
Gerald Ford (1974 to 1977)409
Jimmy Carter (1977 to 1981)566
Ronald Reagan (1981 to 1989)406
George H.W. Bush (1989 to 1993)77
Bill Clinton (1993 to 2001)456
George W. Bush (2001 to 2009)176
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