Preses o the Unitit States
The Preses o the Unitit States o Americae (POTUS) is the heid o state an heid o govrenment o the Unitit States. The preses leads the executive branch o the federal govrenment an is the commander-in-chief o the Unitit States Airmed Forces. The person in this poseetion is the leader o the kintra which haes the lairgest economy an the lairgest militar, wi command authority ower the lairgest active nuclear arsenal. The preses is frequently describit as the maist pouerfu person in the warld.
|Preses o the|
Unitit States o Americae
Executive branch o the U.S. Govrenment|
Executive Office o the Preses
(diplomatic, ootside the U.S.)
Domestic Policy Cooncil
Naitional Economic Cooncil
Naitional Security Cooncil
|Residence||The White Hoose|
|Constitutin instrument||Unitit States Constitution|
|Furmation||March 4, 1789|
Aprile 30, 1789
|Salary||$400,000 annually (2001-)|
|Wabsteid||The White Hoose|
Leet o Presses o the Unitit StatesEedit
- Died while Vice President.
- Resigned as Vice President.
- Died of natural causes.
- Democrat on Whig ticket.
- Was not sworn into office on the day he was expected to be.
- Died while Vice President, not replaced.
- Democrat who ran on Union ticket with Republican Lincoln.
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