What Powers does the President have?

The President of the United States has powers granted by the Constitution and by Acts of Congress, implicit powers, and significant influence. He is the Chief of State and the Commander in Chief of the Armed Forces. He affects legislation before it is voted on by Congress and after, by signing or vetoing bills. He manages the foreign affairs of the country by representing the United States and by appointing Ambassadors. He appoints other government officials and nominates federal judges. The President also has the power of clemency. You can find more information here: