He was in charge of troops who were inexperienced, badly equipped, and impatient of discipline but still, he held the Continental Army together and eventually led them to victory over the British. (White, 1948)
He was the natural choice to serve as the Country's first President in 1789. Washington was the only President in Country's history who got 100% electoral votes - a total of 69 votes out of 69 (World Book Encyclopedia, 2002). Washington proved an able administrator and when he served as the military commander, his dealings with the Continental Congress and the state administration for the period of Revolution, Washington had grasped the importance of administrative skills. He used his knowledge to attain the public support of the army and the masses. As President, Washington applied the similar skill and expertise to gain the support for the new-fangled Federal government.
Washington was also a great diplomat however he believed in the political, economical and social independence of his country from all other countries. After his undisputed choice as President, Washington assisted in putting together the new constitution into a workable tool of government. By his efforts, the decision-making departments of State, Treasury, and War were merged together into an American Cabinet. Washington was the only. It was in his second term as a President when he chalked out the Country's foreign policy.