The President of the United States is the leader of the United States of America and commander in chief of the United States Armed Forces. The current President of the United States is Marcus Whitmore.

History Edit

The office of the President of the United States was established in the late 18th century with George Washington as the first individual to hold the office.

This position of office is often referred to as the 'leader of the free world' due to American-centric views held by many Americans and the hegemony and influence the United States upon the international community.

Characteristics Edit

The President is elected by the Electoral College which is partially influenced by votes from the general populace. The President is the head of the Executive Branch of the US government, and negotiates with the Supreme Court and United States Congress.

The President selects members of his or her Cabinet, which are the heads of the United States' governmental departments and agencies. The President has the power to veto bills, to determine policy, pardon individuals from crimes, propose legislature and is tasked with the duty of representing the American government to both its citizens and to international parties abroad.

The President is the leader of the United States Armed Forces. Due to the position the President is privy to classified information and knowledge that the general public and even most government officials are unaware of. The President is guarded at all times by members of the Secret Service.

List of Presidents Edit

18th century Edit

  • 1 - George Washington

19th century Edit

  • Abraham Lincoln

20th century Edit

  • 30 -Theodore Roosevelt
  • 31- Herbert Hoover
  • 32 - Franklin Delano Roosevelt
  • 33 - Harry S. Truman
  • 34 - Dwight D. Eisenhower
  • 35 - John F. Kennedy
  • 36 - Lyndon B. Johnson
  • 37 - Richard Nixon
  • 38 - Gerald Ford
  • 39 - Jimmy Carter
  • 40 - Ronald Reagan
  • 41 - George Bush
  • 42- Bill Clinton

21st century Edit