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Two Presidental Roles
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One presidental role is the commander in chief for the military.  The president leads the troops.  He also tells them where to go and which countries to invade or protect.

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Another presidental role is national representive.  The president represents the whole country.  When people for other countries think of the United States, one of the things they think of is the president.

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Sources:

http://sympatico.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/1067092087178_225

http://www.unitypins.com/pin1.html

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