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Presidential Roles Presidential Powers Bill of Rights and Constitution Elections and Succession Miscellaneous
100
What is Party Leader?
The role the President serves as a representative of his political party.
100
What is a veto?
The action the President can take to refuse to sign legislation.
100
What is Article II?
The Article explaining the Executive branch.
100
What is 538?
The number of people in the electoral college
100
What is no?
Is the President directly elected?
200
What is Chief Citizen?
If the President were to welcome a celebrity into the White House, he would be serving what role?
200
What is a line item veto?
Deleting a line from a piece of legislation.
* The President doesn't have this power.
200
What is 27?
The number of Amendments in the Constitution.
200
What is the Vice President?
This person serves as the president of the Senate
200
What is a State of the Union?
An address the president can make to his country about current issues.
300
What is Cheif Diplomat?
If the President travels to other countries to deal with foreign policy, except with Kim Jung-un
#hecray
300
What are the clemency powers?
These powers include: pardons, reprives, communation, and amnesty.
300
What is bureacracy?
A way the government is organized through seperate groups
300
What is 270?
The number of people needed to win the majority of the electoral college.
300
What is impeachment?
The House brings up the case and the Senate tries the case to remove the president from office.
400
What is Chief Legislator?
The President can voice his opinion about laws
400
What is a bully pulpit?
The president calling out a person or group during an address.
400
What is True?
True or False: The 22nd amendment contains the terms for president.
400
What is 10 years?
The maxiumum number of years the president can serve.
400
What is the administrative power?
The president enforces the law the most by using this power.
500
What is Chief Administrator?
When the President makes sure the Federal Government does what they need to succeed.
500
What is Senatorial approval?
The President needs this to appoint ambassadors, judges, and make treaties.
500
What is the 25th Amendment?
The Amendment saying that the Vice President takes over if anything happens to the President.
500
What is Speaker of the House?
This person is 3rd in presidential succession.
500
What is Secretary of State?
The 5th in line for presidential succession.




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