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Powers of President Chart - 5.07 Powers of the President...

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5.07 – Powers of the President Commander in Chief Party leader Personnel Recruiter Domestic Crisis Manager Treaty Negotiator Example 1: Bush is currently the Commander in Chief of the American armed forces, which are fighting in the Iraq War. Bush proposed and sanctioned the war, in response to terrorist attacks on U.S. soil. Example 1: Clinton made a tremendous impact as Democratic party leader, shaping many of the party’s platforms, including the decision to reduce the budget deficit. Many Democrats were uninterested by this as long as social welfare was thoroughly instituted. He also promoted open trade as opposed to previous Democratic isolationist policies. Example 1: Upon entering office, Nixon appointed Rumsfeld as director of the Office of Equal Opportunity. Rumsfeld, in turn, hired Dick Cheney; Nixon, in effect, jumpstarted the political careers of these two individuals who are (or, in Rumsfeld’s case, were) so influential in U.S. politics. Example 1:
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