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    The Perfect President

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    In the history of the USA, we have had many presidents. Some ranging from truly amazing ones and ones who have brought our nation down. The perfect president is yet to be found, but maybe we can choose the best of what we have. The most important thing we have to look for in a president is not looks or wealth, but the characteristics that shine through them that would make them the perfect candidate. A lot of people have their perfect president in their own mind, but I 'm here to tell you about mine

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    Have you ever wondered what kind of characteristics your president should have to be successful in the United States? Presidential elections generate a massive responsibility for the voters. Because the public is responsible for choosing whom they want, but to decide who is the right one, it goes to choosing the person with the right stuff. I think a president needs to be brave and make smart decisions before he does any action. I also think he should have experience if he wants to make a big decision

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    a controlled state, providing that all the power is not rested in a singular persons hands. Regardless, the president still faces many challenges being the nation’s foreign diplomat, commander in chief of the armed forces, problem solver in fighting crime and reviving a failing economy. Ultimately he is responsible for the security and status of the American Republic. Be that the president is the single most identified man in connection to our political structure, he faces several obstacles that

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    Becoming President

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    Becoming president is a job with many advantages and disadvantages. Many lessons are learned and decisions are established. Thinking of becoming president is not something easy and can’t be done overnight. The idea of becoming president is not something i would enjoy doing in life. For me would be an overwhelming decision because of the stress, not being born a U.S. citizen, making diligent decisions based on people’s opinions, and handling the thought of death. Overall being president should be

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    Three Presidents

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    Three Presidents that Transformed America America has had many triumphs and defeats in the past that has impacted the lives of thousands. It is important to take some time and honor certain individuals who have had a positive influence in shaping the United States into what it is today. Abraham Lincoln, Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Ronald Reagan were responsible for some of America’s greatest achievements. These three presidents had high ambitions for the country and had to overcome many challenges

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    Robby Novak - The Kid President Robby Novak or as most know him, Kid President, once said, “Give the world a reason to dance.” Novak wants to make the earth a better place by getting people to do several things. Novak is one energetic boy with an eager to have a better planet. he is a kid with one big heart, that is for sure. Novak created inspiration to be less boring and change the globe, used perseverance to innovate in ways to overcome his disease, and illuminate the planet by giving people

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    dedication, conviction, and passion. The President of the United States takes on a number of different roles simultaneously to fulfill their duties. These roles are: Chief of State, Chief executive, chief administrator, chief diplomat, commander in chief, chief legislator, party chief and chief citizen. As the Chief of State, the President is the head and ruler of the government and is also seen as a symbol of all the people. As the Chief executive, the President is vested by the Constitution with

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    Abraham Lincoln; a Bad President Intelligent, beloved, caring, motivated, honest. All words many Americans associate with our 16th President, Abraham Lincoln. Very few people are bold or valiant enough to openly speak out against the president. Their arguments consist mainly of the fact he “emancipated” the slaves. However, Lincoln did not do this. Lincoln 's Emancipation Proclamation did not include border States such as Delaware, Maryland, Kentucky, and others.Although beloved by many, Lincoln

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    Trump is Unfit to be President The 2016 presidential election results were shocking to many. Donald Trump, the newly elected president, had a surprising victory that has left many fearful for the future. He made many troubling promises during his campaign (building a wall, for example) that could be detrimental to the United States and other countries. Trump also verbally attacked and insulted other candidates and politicians during his campaign. Donald Trump is unfit to be president, because he has no

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    President George Washington What makes a president great? A great President shows what they want for America, and what they want to do to make America better. Everyone wants different presidents and will not agree with other people's beliefs. Some people might want a president that will change America, and some people might want to keep America the same. Some people might not like the new president but there is nothing you can do. So today, we will talk about President George Washington, and how

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    The president is the head of state and head of government of the United States. The president leads the executive branch of the federal government and is the commander-in-chief of the United States Armed Forces. The person in this position is the leader of the country which has the largest economy and the largest military, with command authority over the largest active nuclear arsenal. The president is frequently described as the most powerful person in the world. Article II of the U.S. Constitution vests

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    I have always contended that the President has little or no power. Or maybe a better way to say this is that he has the powers the US Constitution allows him to have, checked by the other branches of government and he can exercise them with the blessing of the US citizens. So his powers are very limited. For example, the president is the "Commander in Chief" so you would think this means that the Armed Forces answer to him. But image what would happen if he tried to take over the country

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    President James Anderson Garfield is my president. He was unique because in October 1862, he represented Ohio 's 19th Congressional District. Garfield became a member of the Radical Republicans. I’m presenting all the positives of the president, James Anderson Garfield during his presidency. He was the 20th president of the United States. He was president on March 5, 1881 – September 19, 1881. He was a great president because in the six months of being president. Garfield had begun to see the education

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    “There is nothing I love as much as a good fight.” an interesting thought to be uttered from a president like that of Franklin Delano Roosevelt. FDR had to push and fight through a lot, not a surprise coming from someone who not only looked up to but was related to Theodore Roosevelt. I believe Franklin Roosevelt to be the greatest president we have ever had, taking on the responsibilities of presidency for 12 years through the Great Depression and World War II, fighting disease the entire time.

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    abilities needed to be president, in many ways, mirror a lot of the same skills and abilities needed to succeed in life and in the workplace, but for a president, these must be at a higher level of excellence. To me, there are a lot of qualities needed in order to be the President of the United States, but three that really stand out to me as the most important would be intellect, vision, and perseverance. The obvious first answer is intellect. A national leader like the President of the United States

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    Unforgettable Presidents in America Have you thought why you can live in a peaceful and modern America while your ancestors lived in a turbulent, suffering and behindhand colony. Have you imaged how hard the pioneers fight for present free and booming the New World. Have you considered to work for people in the nation even the world like American heroes. I’m inclined to think most of you haven’t thought it yet and be pessimistic to everyday without adequate energy to life. So today I want to talk

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    A Good President Essay

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    "Shall it be peace, or the sword?" Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865). There are many qualities a president must have to be a good president. Those qualities include being the United States symbol of all people in the nation, being a good public speaker, taking control over the nations armed forces, and being the architect of the nation's public policies. Abraham Lincoln showed all of these great qualities during his presidency from 1861-1865. Abraham Lincoln was an amazing symbol of the United States

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    America has a long history of event as the 240 year old republic has had 44 (soon to be 45) presidents of the federal republic. Over the course of time, there has been bad presidents and good presidents, but three presidents are iconic and stand out to the rest-George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and Thomas Jefferson. Which one of these three presidents are the greatest? Thomas Jefferson may not be as famous as Washington, but his contributions to early America was huge. Thomas Jefferson is the

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    George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, Richard Nixon, Bill Clinton. With each president comes different public opinions, good and bad; were they a good president or a bad president? President John F Kennedy is one of those who gives a warm feeling to many americans. He was the face of optimism, and hope. He was the voice of a new generation. His leadership was one of greatest of this nations history. Although it was cut to a short few years, his leadership and dedication was and still continues to be

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    There have been a lot of great leaders in the history of the United States, but three presidents stick out more than others. These three Presidents are Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, and Thomas Jefferson. In this essay I will be elaborating on which of these three leaders was the strongest president. First we have Abraham Lincoln. Abraham was President during the time of the Civil War. The Civil war was a dispute that would 've torn the country in half if it were 'nt for Abraham. Abraham

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