Vice President Role

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A President sign the bill of Congress, make speeches, choose members to serve, is elected by the Electoral College, acts as an good example for the U.S. citizens. He also acts as the executive of the Federal Government. A Vice President is one whom is in charge of the Senate, plays a major role in the United States government and follow responsibilities. Throughout the years there have been Vice Presidents who became Presidents of the United States. This leads to the discussion of the prominence among the governors.
The role of the Vice President is stated in Article 1, Section 3, Clause 4 of the Constitution. The Vice President of the United States shall be president of the Senate, but shall have no Vote, unless they be equally divided. (Constitution)
His duties include governing the senate and he is only authorized to vote in the senate to file votes. A position to assign the Vice President if I were President Washington would be that the Vice President stick to the constitution and be honest as well as honorable. He would finally have to follow the laws and I would expect him to play an effective role in the Senate. John Adams served as the first vice president of the country from 1789 to 1797. As president of the United States, he served from 1797 to 1801. Subsequently, Thomas Jefferson won against Johns Adams. He
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Harrison died of pneumonia and this occurred because the day of March 4th, a really cold day, he gave a two hour long speech and refused to wear something to keep him warm. Zachary Taylor died a year and four months after serving as president. On a day of Fourth of July, he consumed some cherries with iced milk and word has it that cholera was in his drink. Many suspected that Taylor’s cause of death was gastroenteritis. The disease resulted in diarrhea, nausea and

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