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The president of the United States (POTUS) is the head of state and head of government of the United States of America. The president directs the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces.
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    • Origins 

    • Development 

    • Imperial Presidency 

    • Critics of presidency's evolution 

    • Legislative powers 

    • Signing and vetoing bills 

    • Setting the agenda 

    • Promulgating regulations 

    • Convening and adjourning Congress 

    • Executive powers 

    • Administrative powers 

    • Foreign affairs 

    • Commander-in-chief 

    • Juridical powers and privileges 

    • Head of state 

    • Head of party 

    • Global leader 

    • Eligibility 

    • Campaigns and nomination 

    • Election 

    • Inauguration 

    • Term limit 

    • Vacancies and succession 

    • Disability 

    • Removal 

    • Residence 

    • Travel 

    • Protection 

    • Activities 

    • Pension, office, and staff 

    • Presidential libraries 

    • Political affiliation 

    • Timeline