The Importance Of The Commander-In-Chief

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What is power, according to the Keeping the Republic by Christine Barbour, and Gerald C. Wright it is defined as, the ability to get other people to do what you want. Out of all the five choices given the one that has the most power in our policy system is the Commander-in-Chief aka the President. Not President Obama because his leaving the White House on January 20, 2017 but he is still the Commander-In-Chief until the said date. The upcoming Commander-In- Chief is President Elect Trump. This guy will be one of the most powerful man in the world, next year.
The Chief Justices are appointed by the president, and serves for life, just like Anthony Kennedy that was appointed by President Ronald Reagan in 1988. The year I was born, so his been
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291, Keeping the Republic). He also has the ability to wage war, not the congress or any other people in the government. Another big factor of being a Commander-in-Chief is that if they do not get what they want, I mean if congress does not give what he wants. He could go directly to the public opinion. This strategy gives the Commander-in-Chief power because he uses public opinion or his popularity to his advantage, and most of the time it works. Like President Obama and his Obamacare. President Obama used his charm and his speech ability to persuade people about his health care. It was a tough fight, but in the end he won but with a big price to pay. He lost most of the democrats in the office and that’s when the republicans took over the …show more content…
People entrusted him to lead and to protect everyone from any danger that the country might face. President Elect Trump, has the biggest responsibility to take care of everyone not only his own selfish interest. He needs to lead a whole country to have a better future, not only to a specific race but to everyone as well. He promised to unite everyone in peace, not destruction. I hope and pray the he’ll be given the wisdom to do the right thing. He has a bigmouth; he can use it to unit people together not to divide. He uses Twitter, instead of lashing out every Saturday because of the SNL skits about him, he could use it to show awareness about what really is happening to the country. Instead of commenting about how Baldwin, impersonates him. Baldwin really acts like Trump, and by the way Trump hosted Saturday Night Live several times, he didn’t have problem

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