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President leads the executive branch of the federal government. The commander in chief is
called upon to make sure laws are faithfully executed as given in the
Constitution and written by Congress. Article Two of the Constitution establishes many of the
powers of the President including the role of commander-in-chief
of the armed forces, the power to sign into law or veto bills passed by both houses of Congress, the
power to create a cabinet of advisers, and to grant pardons
Specific qualifications for this position are rather broad. Article Two of the Constitution states that a candidate must: