8 Presidential Roles?

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The eight roles of the president are Chief of State, Chief of Executive, Chief Administrator, Chief Diploma, Commander in Chief, Chief Legislator, Chief of Party, and Chief Citizen. It can be quite a lot to handle all of these roles but President Obama has the will power. He also has a great team behind him as well.
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