Execute Law through organized Federal bureaucracy
15 executive departments organized by the executive (the Cabinet) carries out administration. Ultimately, it is the President's responsibility to execute and enforce laws created by Congress.
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The Constitution states that "he [executive] shall take Care that the Laws be faithfully executed”. The president actively appoints members to his Cabinet and administration to help in this process. According to the current site of the Whitehouse, the president may sign the legislation into laws or veto bills and advise congress.