Executive Miguel Pulido

The power of the Executive branch are to veto, or reject, a proposal for a law, appoint federal posts, such as members of government agencies, negotiate foreign treaties with other countries, appoint federal judges, and grant pardons, or forgiveness.

I think the executive branch is important because it has do with president and he is chief of a lot of things

The president, vice president , and cabinet members, head of independent agencies are the people who make up the executive branch

President Barack Obama has pardon 1,014 convictions during his term in office

I say that the executive branch is the most powerful because he is chief of a lot of things he can veto a law which means that judicial or the legislative can't do any thing about he can also pardon people from prison and he deals with another country problems and he also has inforce the laws. The executive branch is important because it has the president so if we didn't have a leader to look up or make big decisions then the country would be chaos

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