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Executive Branch

President of the US Donald Trump
qualification for being president naturalized citizen
qualification for being president at least 35 years of age
qualification for being president resident of the US for at least 14 years
date of inauguration January 20
number of years of term of president 4
Which Article talks about the executive branch 2
Main duty of executive branch to enforce and administer laws
President's salary $400,000
Vice President of the US Mike Pence
number of terms a president may serve 2
number of the amendment that identifies number of terms a president can serve 22
President who resigned Richard Nixon
number of times a president may be reelected 1
number of electoral votes needed to be elected president at least 270
popular vote winner in 2000 presidential election Al Gore
winner of presidential election in 2000 George W. Bush
name of president who was impeached Andrew Johnson
name of president who was impeached Bill Clinton
number of presidential advisors 15
salary of presidential advisors $199,700
Secretary of State Foreign affairs, United Nations
Secretary Defense carrying out a war
Secretary of Health and Human Services social security, health services
Attorney General enforcing U.S. laws in federal courts
Secretary of Agriculture farm programs
Secretary of Labor settling of a strike
Secretary of Homeland Security secret service
Secretary of Veteran Affairs war memorials, American veterans
Secretary of Treasury coining and printing money
Secretary of Education oversees education programs
Secretary of Interior national parks
Secretary of Energy electric power
Secretary of Commerce commerce legislation
Secretary of Transportation federal railroad administration
Secretary of Housing and Urban Development solutions to many problems of urban life
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