A President is an executive leader of a country, elected by the people or by the legislature. They have power over the government and are usually the head of state. A Prime Minister is the chief executive of a country’s government and is usually the leader of the majority party. They are appointed by the President and usually serve as the head of government.
The main difference between a President and Prime Minister is that a President is usually the head of state, while a Prime Minister is the head of government. Presidents have more power over the government as they can veto laws, appoint judges, and declare war. Prime Ministers, on the other hand, are responsible for running the day-to-day operations of the government and must answer to the President.