In which branch of government is the president in charge in the United States?

Answer The U.S. president is in charge of the executive branch of the government. In addition to the executive branch, the U.S. government also includes the legislative (Congress) and judicial (Supreme Co... Read More »

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Which two presidents of the United States did not take salary for working as president?

George Washington and John F. Kennedy did not accept salaries for working as presidents. Although Herbert Hoover accepted his salary, he donated it to charity. As of 2010, the salaries of U.S. pres... Read More »

Which president of the United States has visited the Great Wall of China?

There have been numerous presidents of the United States that have visited the Great Wall of China. They include former Presidents Richard Nixon, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton and Georg... Read More »

Which president later became chief justice of the United States Supreme Court?

William Howard Taft, the United States' 27th president, became the first former president to become chief justice of the Supreme Court when he was named to the position by President Warren G. Hardi... Read More »

When did Barack Obama think of becoming President of the United States?

According to an ABC News report, "Barack Obama, Unplugged," the former Illinois State Senator and U.S. Senator established an exploratory committee on Jan. 16th, 2007, to look into the feasibility ... Read More »