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The President has the power to appoint nearly three million federal civilian employees.

Once the President receives the consent of the Senate, he appoints most of the top-ranking officials in the Federal Government.

Some examples are: federal judges, cabinet members, heads of independent agencies, and officers of the military.

THE APPOINTING POWER

SENATORIAL COURTESY – Presidential Appointments Need Appointees Home Senators Approval

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