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Presidency
impeachment
22nd Amendment
legislative veto
executive agreement
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
Amendment that created a 2 term limit on presidents.
The authority of Congress to block a presidential action afte…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
impeachment
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
22nd Amendment
Amendment that created a 2 term limit on presidents.
24 terms
Presidency
22nd Amendment
impeachment
executive privilege
U.S v Nixon
Limits the president to two terms, or a maximum of 10 years (…
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
The power to keep executive communications confidential, espe…
The Supreme Court does have the final voice in determining co…
22nd Amendment
Limits the president to two terms, or a maximum of 10 years (…
impeachment
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
10 terms
The Presidency
Chief of Staff
Chief of State
Presidential Succession Act
Administration
Person who manages the White House Office
President's role as symbolic figurehead of the United States
Law saying who would take over if both a president and vice p…
Those who work in the executive branch on behalf of a specifi…
Chief of Staff
Person who manages the White House Office
Chief of State
President's role as symbolic figurehead of the United States
27 terms
The Presidency
Chief of state
Chief Executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
The ceremonial head of the government of the US, the symbol o…
Vested by the Constitution with "the executive power" of the US
Director of the Federal Government
Main architect of American foreign policy and the nation'a ch…
Chief of state
The ceremonial head of the government of the US, the symbol o…
Chief Executive
Vested by the Constitution with "the executive power" of the US
17 terms
presidency
Presidency
Departments
Cabinet
Head
the time a person serves as president.
parts of the government that report to the president.
the group of people a president names to act as official advi…
lead; be the top person.
Presidency
the time a person serves as president.
Departments
parts of the government that report to the president.
40 terms
Presidency
Presidential term limits
Presidential requirements
Bully pulpit
Appointment power
The Twenty-second Amendment (Amendment XXII) of the United St…
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the…
a conspicuous position that provides an opportunity to speak…
the authority granted by a donor to a donee to select the per…
Presidential term limits
The Twenty-second Amendment (Amendment XXII) of the United St…
Presidential requirements
No Person except a natural born Citizen, or a Citizen of the…
presidents
korean war
Japanese surrender
belleau wood
semper fi
june 25th 1950 still isnt over
july 1945
june 1918< got term devil dogs
always faithful in latin
korean war
june 25th 1950 still isnt over
Japanese surrender
july 1945
39 terms
presidency
Duties of the President - Constitution
be commander in chief
veto or pass legislation
appoint various officials to federal g…
1. be the commander in chief... 2. veto or pass legislation... 3. a…
you are the leader of our military (all branches)... part of…
(keep congress in line)... law making responsibilities
Court, Cabinet, Ambassadors.. But wait congress must approve
Duties of the President - Constitution
1. be the commander in chief... 2. veto or pass legislation... 3. a…
be commander in chief
you are the leader of our military (all branches)... part of…
25 terms
Presidency
impeachment
22nd Amendment
legislative veto
executive agreement
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
Amendment that created a 2 term limit on presidents.
The authority of Congress to block a presidential action afte…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
impeachment
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
22nd Amendment
Amendment that created a 2 term limit on presidents.
37 terms
Presidency
20th Amendment
22 Amendment
25th Amendment
Ad Hoc Structure
Changed the times for elections and created the lame duck per…
Established Presidential term limits
Created specific guidelines for replacement of the president…
A method of organizing presidential staff in which committees…
20th Amendment
Changed the times for elections and created the lame duck per…
22 Amendment
Established Presidential term limits
Presidency
James Knox Polk
Zachary Taylor
Millard Fillmore
Franklin Pierce
1845-49 Democratic
1849-50 Whig
1850-53 Whig
1853-57 Democratic
James Knox Polk
1845-49 Democratic
Zachary Taylor
1849-50 Whig
22 terms
Presidency
advice and consent
agenda setting
Budget Reform and Impoundment Act of 1…
circular v. pyramid model
power of the United States Senate to be consulted on and appr…
The process of forming the list of matters that policymakers…
Act to establish a new congressional budget process... specifies…
pyramid model is hierarchical; he only speaks directly to the…
advice and consent
power of the United States Senate to be consulted on and appr…
agenda setting
The process of forming the list of matters that policymakers…
The Presidency
Qualifications for President
Inherent Powers
Imperial Presidency
Duties and limits of the Presidency
Natural born Citizen... at least 35 years old... US resident for at…
powers not explicitly listed in Constitution but are essentia…
US presidency that is characterized by greater powers than th…
Must receive a majority of Electoral College votes to win the…
Qualifications for President
Natural born Citizen... at least 35 years old... US resident for at…
Inherent Powers
powers not explicitly listed in Constitution but are essentia…
17 terms
Presidency
Cabinet government
Patronage
Spoils System
Divided government
The formal group of presidential advisers who head the major…
The practice of awarding jobs, grants, licenses, or other spe…
A system in which newly elected officeholders award governmen…
A term used to describe government when one political party c…
Cabinet government
The formal group of presidential advisers who head the major…
Patronage
The practice of awarding jobs, grants, licenses, or other spe…
17 terms
Presidency
Inherent powers
Advise and Consent
Unilateral Action
Executive agreement
Powers claimed by a president that are not expressed in the C…
What a president needs from Congress to appoint top executive…
Any policy decision made and acted upon by the president and…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
Inherent powers
Powers claimed by a president that are not expressed in the C…
Advise and Consent
What a president needs from Congress to appoint top executive…
Presidency
President has roles also as
President has ___ power in Congress
Presidents are going ___ more which re…
President's ___ is less/more powerful…
Commander in Chief, appoints ambassadors/justices with consen…
Veto
Public, travel
bully pulpit, less
President has roles also as
Commander in Chief, appoints ambassadors/justices with consen…
President has ___ power in Congress
Veto
21 terms
Presidency
22nd Amendment
impeachment
executive privilege
25th Amendment
Limits the president to two terms, or a maximum of 10 years (…
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
The power to keep executive communications confidential, espe…
Clarifies an ambiguous provision of the Constitution regardin…
22nd Amendment
Limits the president to two terms, or a maximum of 10 years (…
impeachment
An action by the House of Representatives to accuse the presi…
48 terms
The Presidency
Presidential succession
Balance the ticket
Presidential primary
Presidential caucus
The plan by which a vacancy in the presidency is filled.... Cong…
VP candidate is chosen to expand the appeal of the president…
Voters go to polling place and cast a ballot for a candidate.
People get together at a meeting and decide who they want to…
Presidential succession
The plan by which a vacancy in the presidency is filled.... Cong…
Balance the ticket
VP candidate is chosen to expand the appeal of the president…
Presidency
Presidential Term Limits
Presidential Requirements
Bully Pulpit
Appointment Power
The 22nd amendment of the United States Constitution sets a t…
On must be 35 years of age, a resident within the United Stat…
A public office or position of authority that provides its oc…
The ability of the testator (person writing a will) to select…
Presidential Term Limits
The 22nd amendment of the United States Constitution sets a t…
Presidential Requirements
On must be 35 years of age, a resident within the United Stat…
16 terms
presidency
Presidency
Departments
Cabinet
Head
the time a person serves as president.
parts of the government that report to the president.
the group of people a president names to act as official advi…
lead; be the top person.
Presidency
the time a person serves as president.
Departments
parts of the government that report to the president.
23 terms
presidency
twenty second amendment
impeachment
executive privilege
U.S v. Nixon (1974)
adopted in 1951 after FDR prevents a president from serving m…
the power delegated to the house of reps in the constitution…
an implied presidential power that allows the president to re…
supreme court ruling on power of the president holding that n…
twenty second amendment
adopted in 1951 after FDR prevents a president from serving m…
impeachment
the power delegated to the house of reps in the constitution…
Presidency
Qualifications to be president
Presidential Powers
12th Amendment
20th Amendment
35 years old (or older), natural born U.S citizen and has liv…
Commander-in-Chief, Appointment power, Convene Congress, Appr…
Changes the original method of electing the president and vic…
Change of dates for start of presidential (January 20)/Congre…
Qualifications to be president
35 years old (or older), natural born U.S citizen and has liv…
Presidential Powers
Commander-in-Chief, Appointment power, Convene Congress, Appr…
12 terms
Presidency
President's role as Chief of State
President's role as Chief Executive
President's role as Chief Administrator
President's role as Chief Diplomat
Ceremonial head of the United States. Represents all American…
The leader of the executive branch and holder of executive po…
Manages the executive branch: gets them to do what they are s…
Main architect of the nation's foreign policy and its chief s…
President's role as Chief of State
Ceremonial head of the United States. Represents all American…
President's role as Chief Executive
The leader of the executive branch and holder of executive po…
The Presidency
Chief of state
Chief Executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
The ceremonial head of the government of the US, the symbol o…
Vested by the Constitution with "the executive power" of the US
Director of the Federal Government
Main architect of American foreign policy and the nation'a ch…
Chief of state
The ceremonial head of the government of the US, the symbol o…
Chief Executive
Vested by the Constitution with "the executive power" of the US
38 terms
The Presidency
Twelfth Amendment
Head of State
Chief Executive
Civil Service
An amendment to the Constitution, adopted in 1804, that speci…
The role of the president as ceremonial head of the government.
The role of the president as head of the executive branch of…
A collective term for the body of employees working for the g…
Twelfth Amendment
An amendment to the Constitution, adopted in 1804, that speci…
Head of State
The role of the president as ceremonial head of the government.
The Presidency
35
14
2
8
required age to be President
years required to be a US citizen for presidency
number of TERMS a President can serve
number of YEARS a President can serve
35
required age to be President
14
years required to be a US citizen for presidency
The Presidency
President
White House
Oval Office
Election
Commander in Chief; head of the executive branch
The house where the president and presidential family live
The office where the president works
The process of choosing the president and other politicians
President
Commander in Chief; head of the executive branch
White House
The house where the president and presidential family live
49 terms
Presidency
What is the name of the annual speech…
What does Congress need to do to overr…
What level of success have presidents…
In which article of the Constitution d…
State of the Union Address.
Pass the bill again with a two-thirds majority in both houses.
Won 93% of them.
Article II.
What is the name of the annual speech…
State of the Union Address.
What does Congress need to do to overr…
Pass the bill again with a two-thirds majority in both houses.
The presidency
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
A term of a president as head of the administration of the fe…
A term for the president as the main architect of foreign pol…
Chief of state
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
Chief executive
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
14 terms
Presidency
Executive Branch
Sec. of Treasury
Sec. of State
Attorney General
main job is to EXECUTE ("enact", "enforce," "put into practic…
(head of Treasury Department): deals with fiscal policy (MONE…
(head of State Department): deals with other countries
(head of Department of Justice): head of legal system
Executive Branch
main job is to EXECUTE ("enact", "enforce," "put into practic…
Sec. of Treasury
(head of Treasury Department): deals with fiscal policy (MONE…
Presidency
The president's constitutional roles,…
The Whig theory holds that the preside…
The president's role in foreign policy…
Which of the following is true of the…
have expanded in practice to be more powerful than the writer…
is a limited office whose occupant is confined to the exercis…
America became more of a world power
The Constitution assigns no executive authority to the vice p…
The president's constitutional roles,…
have expanded in practice to be more powerful than the writer…
The Whig theory holds that the preside…
is a limited office whose occupant is confined to the exercis…
22 terms
Presidency
4
2
22nd Amendment
23rd Amendment
number of years in a presidential term
limit of presidential terms
limited president to serve two terms
allows citizens of Washington, DC 3 electors in the electoral…
4
number of years in a presidential term
2
limit of presidential terms
13 terms
Presidency
treaty
executive agreement
veto
pocket veto
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
A formal decision to reject the bill passed by Congress
A formal decision to reject a bill passed by Congress after i…
treaty
A formal, public agreement between the United States and one…
executive agreement
A formal agreement between the U.S. president and the leaders…
30 terms
Presidency
honeymoon period
22nd Amendment
25th Amendment
amnesty
the time following an election when a president's popularity…
limits the president to two terms
Establishes procedures for succession to the presidency
a general pardon for an offense against a government; in gene…
honeymoon period
the time following an election when a president's popularity…
22nd Amendment
limits the president to two terms
13 terms
Presidency
chief executive
commander in chief
foreign policy
diplomacy
executive power to enforce and lead the nation/president
The role of the president as supreme commander of the militar…
A nation's overall plan for dealing with other nations
Negotiation between nations
chief executive
executive power to enforce and lead the nation/president
commander in chief
The role of the president as supreme commander of the militar…
The presidency
The cabinet
Impeachment
veto
pocket veto
the group of presidential advisors who head the executive age…
the political equivalent of an indictment, the first step in…
rejection of legislation
when a president does not sign a bill within 10 days, while c…
The cabinet
the group of presidential advisors who head the executive age…
Impeachment
the political equivalent of an indictment, the first step in…
10 terms
The Presidency
commander in chief
presidential succession
electoral college
presidential primary
the leader of the armed forces
if the president cannot be the president anymore, this is the…
A group of people who are in charge of voting for who they wa…
the way the democrats and republicans decide who will be the…
commander in chief
the leader of the armed forces
presidential succession
if the president cannot be the president anymore, this is the…
50 terms
The Presidency
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief administrator
Chief diplomat
Ceremonial head of government
Our executive power is embodied by the president
President is head of federal government
The president is the main architect of American foreign policy
Chief of state
Ceremonial head of government
Chief executive
Our executive power is embodied by the president
49 terms
Presidency
What is the name of the annual speech…
What does Congress need to do to overr…
What level of success have presidents…
In which article of the Constitution d…
State of the Union Address.
Pass the bill again with a two-thirds majority in both houses.
Won 93% of them.
Article II.
What is the name of the annual speech…
State of the Union Address.
What does Congress need to do to overr…
Pass the bill again with a two-thirds majority in both houses.
Presidency
Theodore Roosevelt
President
The buck stops here
2
"I am both King and Prime Minister"
Head of state and of the government. Founding Fathers created…
Harry Truman
Which article of the constitution are the powers of the presi…
Theodore Roosevelt
"I am both King and Prime Minister"
President
Head of state and of the government. Founding Fathers created…
14 terms
the presidency
expressed powers
delegated powers
inherent powers
expressed powers of pres
expressed in the constitution
delegated to president by congress
claimed by president but not expressed or delegated
military, judicial, diplomatic, executive, legislative, veto
expressed powers
expressed in the constitution
delegated powers
delegated to president by congress
27 terms
The presidency
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
A term of a president as head of the administration of the fe…
A term for the president as the main architect of foreign pol…
Chief of state
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
Chief executive
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
42 terms
The presidency
10 powers of the president
Propose legislation
3 presidential initiaves by Obama
Power of the president to submit the a…
1)Propose legislation to congress... 2) Submit the annual budget…
1) At the state of the union address... 2)Holding a press confer…
1) Healthcare reform... 2)Wall street regulation reform... 3)Credit…
1) drawn up for the president by the office of Management and…
10 powers of the president
1)Propose legislation to congress... 2) Submit the annual budget…
Propose legislation
1) At the state of the union address... 2)Holding a press confer…
The Presidency
Constitution
Separation of Powers
Federal
Executive Branch
A written plan of government that explains how a government i…
The principle of dividing governmental powers among different…
Referring to the national government in a system that divides…
The part, or branch, of government that is responsible for th…
Constitution
A written plan of government that explains how a government i…
Separation of Powers
The principle of dividing governmental powers among different…
18 terms
The Presidency
4
8
35 years old
Joe Biden
How many years are there in a President/Vice-President's term…
If a President serves two terms, how many years will he or sh…
What is the minimum age to be President?
Who is the current Vice-President of the United States?
4
How many years are there in a President/Vice-President's term…
8
If a President serves two terms, how many years will he or sh…
27 terms
The presidency
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
A term of a president as head of the administration of the fe…
A term for the president as the main architect of foreign pol…
Chief of state
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
Chief executive
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
29 terms
The presidency
Chief of state
Chief executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
A term of a president as head of the administration of the fe…
A term for the president as the main architect of foreign pol…
Chief of state
A term for the president as the ceremonial head of the United…
Chief executive
A term for the president as vested with the executive power o…
27 terms
The Presidency
Chief of state
Chief Executive
Chief Administrator
Chief Diplomat
The ceremonial head of the government of the US, the symbol o…
Vested by the Constitution with "the executive power" of the US
Director of the Federal Government
Main architect of American foreign policy and the nation'a ch…
Chief of state
The ceremonial head of the government of the US, the symbol o…
Chief Executive
Vested by the Constitution with "the executive power" of the US
The Presidency
Twelfth Amendment
Head of State
Chief Executive
Civil Service
An amendment to the Constitution, adopted in 1804, that speci…
The role of the president as ceremonial head of the government.
The role of the president as head of the executive branch of…
A collective term for the body of employees working for the g…
Twelfth Amendment
An amendment to the Constitution, adopted in 1804, that speci…
Head of State
The role of the president as ceremonial head of the government.
The Presidency
Prime Minister
Divided Government
Gridlock
Powers only the President Has
Leader of a Parliamentary system, voted by legislative branch
When the branches of government are controlled by different p…
The inability of the government to act because rival parties…
Commander in Chief, Commission officers, grant pardons, recei…
Prime Minister
Leader of a Parliamentary system, voted by legislative branch
Divided Government
When the branches of government are controlled by different p…
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