The Executive branch is the branch that enforces laws. It consists of the President, Vice President, and the Cabinet (advisors and heads of departments). This branch is unique because all executive power is invested in one person. The president is the head of state, commander in chief of the military and chief legislator. Contrary to popular belief, the Vice President only has one job created by the Constitution, which is to serve as President of the Senate, though President's usually give them additional jobs and duties so they rarely perform that function. The Cabinet is made up of the heads of executive departments, the Vice President, and others.