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Assisting the president in writing an important speech

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helping the president create the federal budgetΒ 
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Advising the president on national security issues (apex just took quiz)

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Helping the president create the federal budget. APEX

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Answer: Advising the president on national security issues

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Correct

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Helping the president create a federal budget

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