Who is the leader of the United States?

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According to legend, Xuanyuan Yellow Emperor created the calendar, so it is called the Yellow calendar. The Yellow calendar says that yin and Yang should be avoided, and auspicious gods are evil, which are used to choose auspicious things to do.

Experienced farmers will judge the rain harvest of that year according to the “several dragons controlling water” on the Yellow calendar. In the eyes of ordinary people, the more dragons, the happier the rain, and the better the harvest.

However, this is not the case in the Yellow calendar. The folk saying goes, “it doesn’t rain when there are many dragons”. The more dragons, the less rainfall. The less dragons, the more rainfall.

The Yellow calendar uses “Jiulong water control” to predict that there will be little weather and rain in the coming year, which means that many dragons control the water, and as a result, there is no dragon to manage the cloud and rain. If the Yellow calendar this year impressively says “Jiulong water control”, people will be extremely disappointed.

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Today, let’s talk: who is the leader of the United States?

The current situation in the United States is like the water control in Kowloon.

Who is the leader of the United States? This problem should not have become a problem.

According to the introduction on the encyclopedia, on January 7, 2021, the joint session of the United States Congress confirmed that Biden was elected president; On January 20, Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States. Biden should undoubtedly be the leader of the United States.

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According to the constitution of the United States passed in 1787, the president of the United States is the head of state, head of government and commander in chief of the armed forces of the United States of America.

When many people used to tout the American system, they said that the separation of powers in the United States checks and balances each other. However, in fact, the president of the United States is one of the countries with the largest presidential power in the world.

In administration, the president has the power to deal with state affairs and the work of the federal government. He can issue legally binding decrees to federal agencies, and has the right to elect the heads of all administrative departments, chambers, agencies, bureaus and other agencies, as well as hundreds of other senior officials of the federal government.

In terms of legislation, the president can veto any bill passed by Congress. Unless two-thirds of the votes in both houses override his veto, the bill cannot become law. The president can submit various state of the union speeches, budget speeches, economic speeches, special speeches, etc. to Congress, and propose legislation he deems necessary.

In the area of justice, the president has the power to appoint the highest federal judicial officer. He may nominate and appoint federal judges, including judges of the Supreme Court, subject to the approval of the Senate. The president may also grant a full or conditional pardon to anyone sentenced to violate federal law (except those impeached).

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Trump appoints Supreme Court Justice

In terms of diplomacy, the president is the principal official responsible for handling foreign relations. He appointed ambassadors, envoys and consuls abroad to receive foreign ambassadors and civil servants. The president has the right to conclude treaties with foreign countries, but it must be approved by a 2/3 majority vote of the Senate; However, all administrative agreements signed by the president with foreign countries do not need the consent of the Senate. Therefore, presidents often sign administrative agreements instead of concluding treaties.

In military affairs, the president is the commander-in-chief of the U.S. armed forces, and can convene the National Guard of each state to serve the union. Although the right to declare war belongs to Congress, in some cases, the president often goes over Congress and declares war without declaration. In war and emergency situations, the president can also have greater power with the authorization of Congress.

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In January 2020, trump ordered us air strikes to kill Qasim suleymani, commander of Iran’s elite “Al Quds brigade”

In the world, the United States is one of the few countries with such great presidential power. But today’s “meixizong” Qiao Biden is hard to say that he really controls the political situation in the United States, not to mention that he has established a consensus in the United States and led the United States towards a single goal.

If the power of the United States is 100, first of all, the Republican Party integrated by trump will be divided into 50, while the Democratic Party is now in the pattern of water control in Kowloon. The eight dragons will be divided into five, and the power left to Biden is probably only 10.

If what Biden, a big dragon, does is in the interests of some small dragons, it’s fine. If not, most of the time, they are holding each other back.

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How many dragons does Biden’s democratic government have?

Vice president of the United States: Kamala Harris

On January 20, 2021, he was elected as the vice president of the United States and became the first female vice president of black and Asian descent in American history. You know, all the vice presidents of the United States have no sense of existence. But Harris is different.

From March 28, 2021, the official website of the White House began to use the “Biden Harris administration” to introduce the US government for the first time. The White House twitter account has also adopted this new title, and the introduction column of the account’s home page has been changed to “welcome to the Biden Harris White House”.

This is unique in history. After all, no one has ever heard of the “trump burns” government… And Harris, because of his ethnic minority and female identity, unites and represents interest groups, which you can evaluate by yourself.

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US Secretary of state: Antony Blinken

On January 26, 2021, the U.S. Senate voted to approve Anthony Antony Blinken as secretary of state, who is the head of the U.S. State Department. The State Department of the United States, the administrative department of the federal government in charge of foreign affairs and part of internal affairs, is directly under the administration of the United States government, which is equivalent to the Ministry of foreign affairs.

Antony Blinken’s experience is shown in the previous article, “will the winner of life” Antony Blinken win? ” After a systematic introduction, you should know that Antony Blinken’s political career followed Clinton, and he was 32 years old as Clinton’s special assistant. Antony Blinken’s wife is Hillary’s personal assistant, and the Clinton family, including Hillary’s influence in American politics, is not introduced here (to avoid being silenced…). Therefore, the interest groups represented by Antony Blinken can be evaluated by themselves.

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Speaker of the United States House of Representatives: Pelosi

On January 3, 2021, Pelosi won 216 votes, surpassing the 209 votes of Kevin McCarthy, the minority leader of the house of Representatives. Pelosi served as speaker of the house of representatives for the fourth time.

Nancy Pelosi, born in Baltimore, Maryland, graduated from Trinity College, Cambridge University. Her father is the Democratic mayor of Baltimore. He has been in this position for 12 years. From 1976 to 1996, Pelosi served as a member of the Democratic National Committee representing California for 20 years.

Since 2008, Pelosi has become the most trusted leader within the Democratic Party. For Pelosi, who has served as speaker of the house of representatives for four times, Biden is at most a partner, but it’s hard to say how much respect she has for Biden.

As the headquarters of the Democratic Party, California is also an area where American resources have converged rapidly in the past 20 years. Pelosi has been working in California for many years, so the interest groups represented by Pelosi can make their own assessment.

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US Secretary of Defense: Austin

On January 21, 2021, the US Senate Armed Services Committee voted to confirm Lloyd Austin, who was nominated by Biden, as secretary of defense.

Austin graduated from West Point in 1975. After graduation, he went to the 3rd Infantry Division stationed in Germany and served in the 82nd Airborne Division and the 10th Mountain Division. In 1999, he officially settled in the headquarters of the Pentagon Department of defense, and in 2013, he was the commander of the United States central command. Retired in 2016 and joined the board of Raytheon technologies.

Raytheon company, founded in 1922 and headquartered in Waltham, Massachusetts, is a large defense contractor in the United States. More than 90% of the company’s orders come from defense contracts, and its famous products include aim-7 sparrow missiles and Patriot missiles. Relying on the US Department of defense, Raytheon ranked 108th in the world’s top 500 companies.

In the past year, when the US stock market fell by more than 30%, Raytheon’s market value doubled and its operating revenue rose to a higher level every year. Therefore, the interest groups represented by Austin can make their own evaluation.

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U.S. Attorney General: Garland

On March 10, 2021, the U.S. Senate approved garland as attorney general. Merrick Brian garland was born in Chicago, Illinois and graduated from Harvard University. He served as a judge of the United States federal court in the District of Columbia in 1997, and was a professional student.

On March 16, 2016, U.S. President Barack Obama nominated garland as chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, but he was not finally appointed due to the delay of the Senate.

The U.S. attorney general is a magical position, and different people play different roles in this position.

When strong, the responsibility can supervise the U.S. judicial department. For example, when Kennedy had some contradictions with Edgar Hoover, the head of the FBI, he let his brother Robert Kennedy serve as the U.S. attorney general for checks and balances.

If the analogy is weak, the attorney general can be regarded as the chief legal adviser of the U.S. government… And garland is obviously not very tough.

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US Treasury Secretary: Yellen

On January 25th, 2021, the U.S. Senate approved President Biden’s nomination of Yellen with 84 votes in favor and 15 votes against. Yellen became the first female Treasury Secretary in U.S. history.

Janet L. Yellen, born in Brooklyn, New York, is an American Jewish economist and professor. Yellen has been an economist on the board of Governors of the Federal Reserve since 1977. It has been nearly 50 years now.

In 1994, Clinton nominated him as a member of the Federal Reserve Board of the United States. In 2010, Obama nominated him as vice chairman of the Federal Reserve. In 2013, Obama nominated him to replace Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve. Therefore, the interest groups represented by Yellen can make their own evaluation.

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Chairman of the United States Senate: Miley

Here we need to introduce that the Joint Chiefs of staff, together with the Department of the army, the Department of the Navy and the Department of the air force, are the most important agencies of the U.S. Department of defense and accept the dual leadership of the president and the Secretary of defense. Since both the president and the Secretary of defense of the United States are civilian officials, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff has become the supreme military commander of the United States armed forces.

Milly was conscripted in 1980. During his long military career, he was sent to Panama, Colombia, Somalia, Egypt, Haiti, Iraq and Afghanistan.

Mark Milly was previously exposed to have made two “secret calls to China” at the end of the trump administration, which caused an uproar in American politics. Milly said that his two contacts with China were “routine work”, which was to make “allies and opponents feel relieved about the situation at that time”, so as to ensure “strategic stability”.

Who on earth did the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of staff call China with “trump” behind his back? You can evaluate by yourself.

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Chairman of the Federal Reserve: Powell

On May 12, 2022, the U.S. Senate confirmed that Powell, chairman of the Federal Reserve, would continue to serve for a second term with 80 votes in favor and 19 votes against.

Jerome Powell, born in Washington, D.C., graduated from Georgetown University. Since 1984, Powell began to enter the investment banking industry.

From 1990 to 1993, Powell served in the US Treasury Department. During his stay in the Ministry of finance, he had a close relationship with Warren Buffett and helped Buffett acquire the controlling stake in several large consortiums.

From 1993 to 2005, Powell returned to the investment bank again as a partner of Carlyle Group, a private equity institution. Therefore, the interest groups represented by Powell can make their own assessment.

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These are the Dragons of the Democratic Party. Of course, there are many others. I won’t go into details here.

Yesterday, a reader said, “will the United States really take the initiative to start a war?” In fact, I don’t think it is really in the overall interests of the United States to fight.

However, the situation is not out of control, based on Biden’s ability to control the dragons; When Biden is unable to control these dragons, all interest groups will tend to obtain the maximum benefits in the game by going their own way. After taking risks to do things, they will create established facts to maximize the interests of their own interest groups.

And if they go alone

I think there will be more and more things like Abe

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At present, the changes in the world over the past century and the epidemic in the 21st century are intertwined, various security challenges emerge in endlessly, the world economic recovery is struggling, and global development has encountered serious setbacks.

Where does the world go?

Peace or war?

Development or recession?

Open or closed?

Cooperation or confrontation?

It is the question of the times before us.

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