The US Presidential Cabinet is an executive body formed by the president, the vice president, and the leaders of all executive branches. It is charged with the responsibility of advising the president in the drafting and creation of executive decisions. As such, it is a paramount body to the maintenance and expansion of American interest both internally and abroad. During Eisenhower's presidency, the cabinet was composed of 12 members, including Dwight himself, who in this conference will be represented by the dais. However, there will be the additional presence of “Invited Members”, who although not technically part of the original cabinet are relevant to the questions at hand and thus will partake in the discussions. The presidential cabinet is to draft presidential Executive Orders, which when voted by the majority and accepted by the president are taken as a directive with the force of law. Keep in mind that the Khrushchev's Council will be running parallel to this committee, therefore, decisions taken there may affect what happens here.
Resolving the Berlin Crisis of 1961
Reacting to the domestic rise of the Civil Rights Movement
Responding to the PRC's aggression against the Republic of China in the Second Taiwan Strait Crisis