What Does the Presidents Cabinet Do?


A presidents cabinet is simply a group of advisers who head executive departments, such as defence, agriculture and treasury. The presidents cabinet is usually nominated by the president to office. The cabinet of the United Kingdom is reinforced by the statutory position that all the Secretaries of State jointly hold the same office and can exercise the same powers.
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A President's Cabinet is an assembly of official members appointed by the president that represent key departments of a country. It is usually composed of senior members of the executive branch. Members of the cabinet usually act as the president's advisers on various matters.
The President's Cabinet is the group of senior officers appointed by the President to serve in the executive branch of the United States government. It's members are mandated to act as secretaries of executive departments and are also expected to act as the President's official advisors. Upon appointment by the President, the Senate must confirm these members of Cabinet for them to perform their duties in the various capacities.
The president’s cabinet is composed of the most senior appointed officers of the executive branch of government. It consists of ministers from many departments such as the departments of State, Treasury, Defence, Justice, Health and Human Services, Commerce and Labour. The cabinet helps the president run the country.
President's cabinet is a group of ministers or secretaries of departments that advise him/her on matters of policy concerning the running of the country. The ministers or the secretaries are in many countries appointed by the president with the approval of the parliament. In UK, they are appointed by the monarch.
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