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Washington, D.C.


Washington, D.C. The capital of the United States of America
The Federal Government The government for the whole United States
Constitution The written plan and law for the United States
Potomac River The river on which Washington, D.C. was built
The Three Branches of Government Legislative, Executive, and Judicial
Legislative Branch Branch of government that makes the laws
Congress Lawmaking branch of government, made up of the House of Representatives and Senate
Veto The President has this power to reject or say no to bills passed by the Congress
Bill A draft of a law; when a bill is signed by the President it becomes a law
Executive Branch Branch of government that carries out the laws; the President heads this branch
Judicial Branch Branch of government that decides if laws are fair
Supreme Court Highest court in the United States; 9 justices sit on this court
Donald Trump 45th President of the United States
Lincoln Memorial Memorial that honors Abraham Lincoln our 16th President
Jefferson Memorial Memorial that honors our 3rd President, Thomas Jefferson
White House Building where the president lives and works
Washington Monument Monument built on the National Mall honoring our first President, George Washington
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