What Treaty and Appointment Powers does the President have?
1.The President may make agreements with foreign countries, but these agreements must be approved with a 2/3 approval of the senate. 2.The President may appoint a person to represent the U.S. in foreign countries and Supreme Court Justices and other governmental officials. All must be approved by a majority vote of the Senate. 3.The President may temporarily appoint people to fill vacancies that happen while Congress is not in Session. (These must be re-done when the Senate meets again.) Edit
What is the procedure for removing the President from Office? (The President, Vice-President, or other officers can be impeached).
1. Impeachment must begin in the House of Representatives. 2. Impeachment trials must be tried in the Senate. 3. The Chief Justice presides if the President is on trial. 4. Treason, taking bribes, felonies and misdemeanors are reasons for impeachment. 5. The punishment if found guilty is removal from office. Edit