The executive branch is run by the President of the United States who is decided by democratic vote and the electoral college process. There are many other divisions run as government agencies.

The United States of America is a democratic republic and its government is divided into three branches, the executive, the judiciary and the legislative.

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The executive branch is run by the President of the United States who is decided by democratic vote and the electoral college process. There are many other divisions run as government agencies.

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