The president is the author of the nation's public policies in his or her role of

A commander in chief
B chief legislator
C chief of party
D chief citizen

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asked by Dani
  1. In what country?

    Look up that country's constitution, and you should figure it out easily.

  2. Its american government

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  3. Read carefully:


    Section I is all about the legislature.

    Section II is all about the presidency.

    Section III is all about the judiciary.

    What do you think?

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