Who are the people sitting below the President's podium facing away from the President during the President's State of the Union Address?

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Who are the people in the President's Cabinet?

The Presidents' Cabinet is comprised of the following major offices: Secretary of State, Secretary of the Treasury, Secretary of Defense and Attorney General. The others are the Secretaries of Agriculture, Commerce, Education, Energy, Health and Human Services, Homeland Security, Housing and Urban (MORE)

What does the president do at the State of the Union Address?

In the State of the Union the President traditionally outlines the administration's accomplishments over the previous year, as well as the agenda for the coming year, in upbeat and optimistic terms. At some point during the speech, the President usually says "The State of our Union is strong" or a v (MORE)

Which President's gravestone does not mention him being President?

Thomas Jefferson for one (there may be others).. Jefferson wrote his own epitaph before he died, and it is engraved on his tombstone:. "Here was buried Thomas Jefferson Author of the Declaration of American Independence Of the Statute of Virginia for religious freedom & Father of the University of (MORE)

What is the President's role as Head of State?

The president is the recognized head of US government. He represents the country at summit meetings and state funerals of foreign rulers. He appoints the Secretary of State who serves at his pleasure. He can negotiate treaties and sets foreign policy including dispensing or withholding foreign aid a (MORE)

Who was President's Johnson's vice presidents?

The answer depends on whether you are referring to Andrew Johnson or Lyndon Johnson. The 17th President of the United States was Andrew Johnson - who assumed the presidency upon the assassination of Abraham Lincoln. He served out the rest of his term without a vice president. The 36th Presiden (MORE)

What us money doesn't have a president's face on it?

Modern Coins: The Native American $1 coins have a picture ofSacagawea, who guided the Lewis and Clark expedition. Previously,Susan B. Anthony appeared on a $1 coin. Paper money: The $10 bill has a picture of AlexanderHamilton, who was the first Secretary of the Treasury. The $100 bill has a pic (MORE)

Which president was a president's son?

George W. Bush (43rh president) who was the son of George H.W. Bush (41st president) John Quincy Adams (6th president ) was the eldest son o John Adams (2nd president)

Which president's face is on the US dollar coin?

She wasn't a president, I think it is the Statue of Liberty. I have two of those coins. Correction The only president to appear on a single series of $1 coins was Dwight Eisenhower, whose portrait was used from 1971 to 1978. The new Presidential dollars (2007-present) feature each president's p (MORE)

Which president's vice president died?

The seven U.S. Vice Presidents who died in office served under thefollowing Presidents: . James Madison (2) . Franklin Pierce . Ulysses S. Grant . Grover Cleveland . William McKinley . William Howard Taft No U.S. Vice President has died in office during the past 100years.

What state is The President's White House in?

The White House is located in Washington, District of Columbia. This is a special administrative territory, and it not part of any state. Washington DC is located between the states of Virginia and Maryland.

Why is the president's State of the Union address important?

The address is a carefully prepared statement of what the president thinks is important for Congress and the people to know. Any prepared statement made by the president is likely to be important- the president is an important part of how the government will operate and what it will do to deal with (MORE)

How Many people in the President's Cabinet?

As of November 2002, there are 15 positions in the President's Cabinet: Secretary of State Secretary of the Treasury Secretary of Defense Attorney General Secretary of the Interior Secretary of Agriculture Secretary of Commerce Secretary of Labor Secretary of Health and Human Serv (MORE)

What constitutional Article states that the Chief Justice presides over a President's impeachment trial?

Article I, Section 3, Clause 6 (Trial of Impeachments) addresses the authority of the Senate in impeachment trials: "The Senate shall have the sole power to try all impeachments. When sitting for that purpose, they shall be on oath or affirmation. When the President of the United States is (MORE)

What is the president's State?

The current President Obama is from Illinois where he still has a house and which he represented as a US Senator. He was born in Hawaii.

Where do the US Supreme Court justices sit during the President's State of the Union address?

When the President addresses a joint session of Congress, as he does in a State of the Union address, the event is held in the House of Representatives. The US Supreme Court justices sit in the front row, center section, directly in front of the President. During President Obama's first State of (MORE)

Did Clarence Thomas sit with the other US Supreme Court justices during President Obama's 2010 State of the Union address?

Justice Thomas didn't attend President Obama's first State of the Union address because, according to Thomas, the gatherings have become too partisan. In his February 3, 2010, New York Times article, "Justice Defends Ruling on Finance," Adam Liptak quoted Justice Thomas: "I don't go because (MORE)

Is President's Day for all the presidents?

Generally, no. As an unofficial national holiday, it commonly only honors Washington and Lincoln. The actual official federal holiday which occurs on this day is Washington's Birthday and only honors George Washington. As a state holiday, it depends on the laws of each state. Those few states (MORE)

What is the president's role as the chief of state?

In the United States, the president is the chief of state becauseis the head of executive department of government. He representsthe US in dealing with other nations. He appoints all theambassadors and receiveds those from other countries. He is onethat other heads of state visit and the one who sen (MORE)

Can the president raise a vice president's salary?

No. The salary of the vice president is set by the 1989 Government Salary Reform Act. The President may not unilaterally change it, though he could theoretically lobby for Congress to amend that act.

Why are the president's faces on money?

Washington, Jefferson, Lincoln, Jackson and Grant are found on current US notes. Lincoln, Jefferson, Franklin Roosevelt, Washington and Kennedy are found on coins. There is also a series of $1 coins being issued , one for each president in order.

What is the president's inaugural address?

New presidents make a speech as part of their inauguration ceremony. This speech is called the inaugural address. The new president tells what his goals and plans are for the next four years, so people find it interesting.

Is the vice president in the president's cabinet?

From a technical, legal standpoint, no . The Vice President is not a member of the Cabinet. However, most Cabinet meetings are attended by the V.P. if available, and the V.P. will stand-in for the President in any Cabinet meeting where the President is unavailable.

Who decided to put president's faces on coins?

The US Congress passed a law that ordered the US mint to issue these coins. The plan was to get people to use the one-dollar coins in place of the paper dollar bills and save millions in replacement costs. ( I do not know which Congressmen or senators pushed for the law.)