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The president’s greatest influence over the legislative process is his ability to (Points : 1) make speeches. spend public money without permission. instruct members of Congress
how to vote. veto legislation that does not meet his expectations
The president’s greatest influence over the legislative process is his ability to veto legislation that does not meet his expectations.
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