To be president, a person must be _____.
|A)||at least 35 years old, a native-born American citizen, and a resident of the U.S. for at least 9 years|
|B)||at least 35 years old, a naturalized American citizen, and a resident of the U.S. for at least 14 years|
|C)||at least 30 years old, a native-born American citizen, and resident of the U.S. for at least 14 years|
|D)||at least 35 years old, a native-born American citizen, and a resident of the U.S. for at least 14 years|
In order to win election, a presidential candidate must receive at least _____ electoral votes.
The _____ Amendment describes the process for replacing the president, if he or she should leave office.
A declaration of forgiveness and freedom from punishment toward a group of people is called _____.
|D)||an executive order|
If the president and vice president both die or leave office, the _____ becomes president.
|A)||secretary of defense|
|B)||speaker of the House|
|C)||president pro tempore of the Senate|
As _____ the president directs the foreign policy of the United States.
|B)||head of state|
|C)||commander in chief|
A formal agreement between the governments of two or more countries is called a _____.
The most powerful member of the president's staff is the _____.
|B)||White House counsel|
|C)||chief of staff|
In response to the terrorist attacks of September 2001, President George W. Bush created the _____.
|A)||National Security Council|
|B)||Central Intelligence Agency|
|C)||Joint Chiefs of Staff|
|D)||Department of Homeland Security|
An example of an executive agency is the _____.
|A)||National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)|
|B)||United States Postal Service|
|C)||Federal Trade Commission|
|D)||Federal Communications Commission|