President of the U.S.A

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October 28, 2021

The President of the United States of America is the head of state of the United States of America, the head of the executive branch (the federal government of the United States and the commander-in-chief of the army and navy under the US Constitution). Has the right to veto bills (bills) passed by the US Congress. The position was introduced by the US Constitution, adopted in 1787. George Washington became the first president of the United States in 1789. Prior to his inauguration, the Supreme Head of the Confederation of States that signed the Declaration of Independence was the President of the Continental Congress. The current US President is Joe Biden. The 46th President of the United States officially took office on January 20, 2021. Requirements for candidates Only a U.S. citizen by birth (or one who was a U.S. citizen when the Constitution was approved), over the age of 35, and living in the United States for at least 14 years can become president of the United States. The oldest president at the time of the election was Joe Biden, elected at the age of 78. The youngest president was Theodore Roosevelt, elected at the age of 42 years and 10 months. According to the 22nd Amendment to the Constitution, adopted in 1951, the same person may be elected President of the United States no more than twice (whether consecutively or intermittently). In addition, if a person has held the presidency (from the post of vice president or otherwise) for 2 years or more after the death or resignation of the president-elect, that person may be elected president no more than once. In fact, almost all presidents have followed this unwritten rule before, following the example of George Washington, who served only two terms. However, in 1940 Franklin D. Roosevelt was elected for a third term, and in 1944 - for a fourth (he died in 1945). After that, without belittling Roosevelt's merits and the extraordinary circumstances in which he was re-elected (World War II), it was decided to limit the number of possible re-elections by law so that this case would not become a precedent for the establishment of a dictatorship. The 22nd Amendment did not have retroactive effect and did not apply to then-President Harry Truman, who had served almost all of Roosevelt's term after his death and his own, but Truman himself was reluctant to run again in 1952. Only one

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