President Barack Obama and his wife Michelle are among the candidates with the best resumes, but there are a few more candidates who may be less than stellar.
Here are five of them.
The Washington Examiner:President Barack Obama is the clear leader in this group.
With a resume that includes a master’s degree in public administration from Georgetown, the president earned his bachelor’s degree from Harvard University.
His wife, Michelle, has a master of arts in public policy from the University of Chicago.
Both women are highly respected for their expertise and experience in public service.
Both men are members of the National Association of Secretaries of State.
Obama is a two-time winner of the Presidential Medal of Freedom, awarded annually by the White House to the nation’s top diplomat.
His term was marked by significant accomplishments, including the passage of the Affordable Care Act, the passage and passage of his landmark healthcare reform law, the creation of the Children’s Health Insurance Program and the establishment of a national childhood obesity prevention and treatment program.
His time in office was marked with a host of significant achievements including the first federal law mandating universal pre-kindergarten for all children, the nation reopening its embassy in Israel, and the reopening of the U.S. Embassy in Saudi Arabia.
He also presided over the most comprehensive and successful peacemaking and military response to the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the first major U.N. Security Council resolution authorizing the use of military force in the war on terrorism, and leading the world’s largest diplomatic mission to end the global pandemic.
Michelle is the most recent wife of former President Barack Hussein Obama, who has been president since 2009.
The couple met in 2009 when the two were in the White Senate, and they married in 2011.
Michelle and her husband have three children together: Malia, 15, Zachary, 14, and Sasha, 11.
She is the first female president to be married to a former president, and she is also the first woman to serve as first lady.
As president, Obama is expected to continue to focus on his core policy areas: combating climate change, addressing a variety of international crises, and improving the lives of working families and seniors.
He has called climate change a “national emergency,” and he has expanded the use and distribution of the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan, which he said would save taxpayers hundreds of billions of dollars in the coming years.
In his first term, Obama was the first president to take executive action on climate change.
In 2013, he signed an executive order directing federal agencies to develop regulations to address climate change and pledged to use executive orders to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
Obama also pledged to increase the minimum wage to $15 per hour by 2024, raise the federal minimum wage from $7.25 to $10.10 per hour, and to enact the Fair Labor Standards Act to eliminate wage and hour discrimination against women and people of color.
He launched the Climate Accountability and Empowerment Initiative, a program to track the impacts of climate change on workers in all sectors of the economy, including public service workers, nonprofit workers, teachers, nurses, and emergency medical technicians.
As first lady, Michelle supported efforts to create an international climate pact and also worked with other nations to set ambitious emission targets.
She also worked closely with the United Nations Climate Change Conference (UNCC) to bring together leaders to develop a framework for an agreement on the climate.
In his second term, Michelle will be working to make changes to the U,S.
tax code, including reducing corporate taxes and repealing the Alternative Minimum Tax (AMT).
She has proposed increasing the minimum tax rate on individuals to $25,000, to $75,000 for couples, and $100,000 and $150,000 respectively for married couples.
In addition, Michelle has proposed a temporary extension of the tax break for childcare and will propose a tax credit for workers who take unpaid time off work.
Michelle also proposed the creation and expansion of a universal preschool program for all Americans.
She and Obama are committed to improving the health of the most vulnerable Americans, including those in poverty, those at the margins of society, people with disabilities, and people who live in poverty.
Michelle will continue to advocate for comprehensive immigration reform, including reforming our current immigration system and strengthening the enforcement of existing laws and programs.
She has also pledged a major increase in the number of border patrol agents.
She will continue the president’s efforts to combat climate change by implementing a Clean Power Plant rule that would significantly reduce carbon emissions in the United States.
The White House has announced plans to build the Keystone XL pipeline from Canada to the Gulf Coast, which would bring tar sands oil to the American market.
President Obama has proposed an additional $1 trillion in federal investments in renewable energy, including $100 billion in renewable fuel credit programs and $1.6 trillion in investments in clean technology and advanced manufacturing.
Michelle has said she supports the Keystone Pipeline.
In 2016, she signed an Executive Order to ensure that