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One. The President is the executive. You may consider the VP part of the branch as well, but really it consist of the President. The Judiciary Branch is the 9 Supreme Court Justices. Congress makes up the Legislative Branch

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The "Executive Branch" of the U.S. government includes the Office of the President (including National Security Council and OMB and 9 other offices), Vice President, the Cabinet (the Attorney General and the other 14 Department Secretaries), all of their respective federal agencies (over one hundred of them) and all of their staff and other employees. There are also 42 independent agencies, such as the CIA, OPM, SEC, SBA, FTC, US Postal Service, GSA, EPA, NASA, Federal Reserve System, FDIC, NTSB, NLRB, NRC, Peace Corps, Social Security Admin, etc.

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The executive branch is one of the three branches of U.S. government. It is led by the President (or commander-in-chief). Following the President is the Vice President. The President picks people to make up his/her Cabinet. The Cabinet advises the President on issues like education, veteran affairs, and foreign issues.

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