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  • THIS IS THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA 45TH & 46TH PRESIDENT ARLENEA BALLARD(MARIE)23978554917479-79-44726491-756489-456274-9161-89-816492 & CHIEF OF MESA LIC#246189, NEW YORK LIC#446192 POLICE AS WELL AS THE CHIEF OF THE SHERRIF'S DEPARTMENT LIC#24716472 BENCH WARRANT I WOULD LIKE THIS WARRANT TO BE ISSUES TO OBAMA BARACK. WARRANT NO.74926793 SUBPOENA NO.471769764756191. COURT ORDER NO.447261-FBI AGENT GEORGE MASON MURRAY YOU HAVE BENCH WARRANT FOR YOUR ARREST. BENCH WARRANT NO.44718192647174 & SUBPOENA NO.44719391-7492 & COURT ORDER NO.9710891. REQUESTING PICK-UP AND ESCORT NOW OR JAIL TIME!!!!!!!!! FORMER PRESIDENT OBAMA BARACK & FBI AGENT BISHOP: GEORGE MASON MURRAY.
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  • The President of the United States is the head of the executive branch of government. This branch is very large so the President gets help from the Vice President, department heads (Cabinet members), and heads of independent agencies.
  • The President and the Vice-President are the only officials chosen by the entire country. Not just anyone can be President, though. In order to be elected, one must be at least 35 years old. Also, each candidate must be a natural-born[S7]  U.S. citizen and have lived in the U.S. for at least 14 years. When elected, the President serves a term of four years. The most one President can serve is two terms, for a total of eight years.
  • Usa Government

    1. 1. USA GOVERNMENT
    2. 2. Branches of Government
    3. 3. The Executive Branch • Makes sure that the laws of the United States are obeyed. • President: Leader of the country and commands the military. • Vice President: President of the Senate and becomes President if the President can no longer do the job. • Departments: Department heads advise the President on issues and help carry out policies. • Independent Agencies: Help carry out policy or provide special services.
    4. 4. The President of the United States • The head of the executive branch • Chief of the Government • Official head of the U.S. military • Approves laws from Congress • Veto right • Must be over 35 and US citizen • 2 terms (tot. 8 years)
    5. 5. The President's Cabinet • Meets at least once a week. • Nominated by president, but must be approved by majority of Senate • Serve as long as president is in office. The Cabinet = Vice President + the heads of 15 executive branch departments, and other Government officials chosen by the President.
    6. 6. The Legislative Branch • Write, debate, and pass bills > passed on to the President for approval. • Other Powers of Congress • Makes laws controlling trade. • Makes laws about taxes and borrowing money. • Approves the making of money. • Can declare war on other countries. • Two year term. • Meets once every year ( from January 3rd to July 31st)
    7. 7. The House of Representatives • Representation based on number of people living in each state • 435 representatives • Representatives must: – Be at least 25 years old. – Be a U.S. citizen for the past 7 years. – Live in the state they represent. • Unlimited terms of 2 years
    8. 8. The Senate • Each states sends 2 people to the Senate, (total of 100 senators) • Senators must: – Be at least 30 years old. – Be a U.S. citizen for the past 9 years. – Live in the state they represent. • Unlimited terms of 6 years.
    9. 9. The Judicial Branch • The judicial branch of government is made up of the court system • The Supreme Court = highest court in the United States. • 8 justices + 1 chief justice • Appointed by president – approved by senate • Life

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