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Q: All of the following are powers of the president EXCEPT ___________. a. he can declare war c. he can pardon people convicted of federal offenses b. he gives the state of the
Union message d. he is commander-in-chief of the armed
A: Answer: a. he can declare war The President do not have the power to declare war because that power belongs to Congress. The President of The United States has no constitutional authority to declare war. [ Congress alone has the authority to declare war, this authority is derived directly from the Constitution. The War Powers Act does allow the POTUS to commit military forces for 60 days
without the ok of congress and then another 30 days upon formal request. What are the powers of the President? Short Summary of the President's powers 1. To veto, or cancel, legislation. 2. To grant pardons, except in cases involving impeachment 3. commander-in-chief over all US military forces 4. To nominate people for high judicial and executive offices, such as the cabinet secretaries, foreign ambassadors and federal judges including the justices of supreme court. Such nominations must be approved by the US Senate. More detail about the powers The express powers of the President are set down in Article II of the US Constitution. The major function of the executive branch is to enforce the laws of the country. Powers granted by the Constitution and federal law 1) Can veto proposed legislation, forcing Congress to pass it again with a 2/3 majority or else let it die, 2) Commander in chief of the armed forces and the state militia 3) Appoint federal court judges, including the supreme court justices, ambassadors,and other top officials with Senate approval 4) Ensures that the laws of Congress are "faithfully executed" 5) Appoints, with the Senate's consent, the heads of the executive departments 6) May pardon people convicted of federal crimes 7) Make treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate 8) Meets with foreign heads of state 9) Delivers the annual State of the Union address to Congress 10) Calls special sessions of Congress when needed 11) Commissions military officers of the United States 12) Can issue special "executive orders" which are special laws that do not require congress approval. Other powers The president has the power to attract a crowd when he appears in person and to attract a world-wide audience if he speaks on TV. ]
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User: From what you have learned about the three branches of government, the federal agency known as the CIA, or the Central Intelligence Agency, is most likely under the ____________ branch of government.

User: All of the following are powers of the president EXCEPT ___________. a. he can declare war c. he can pardon people convicted of federal offenses b. he gives the state of the Union message d. he is commander-in-chief of the armed

Weegy: Answer: a. he can declare war The President do not have the power to declare war because that power belongs to Congress. The President of The United States has no constitutional authority to declare war. [ Congress alone has the authority to declare war, this authority is derived directly from the Constitution. The War Powers Act does allow the POTUS to commit military forces for 60 days without the ok of congress and then another 30 days upon formal request. What are the powers of the President? Short Summary of the President's powers 1. To veto, or cancel, legislation. 2. To grant pardons, except in cases involving impeachment 3. commander-in-chief over all US military forces 4. To nominate people for high judicial and executive offices, such as the cabinet secretaries, foreign ambassadors and federal judges including the justices of supreme court. Such nominations must be approved by the US Senate. More detail about the powers The express powers of the President are set down in Article II of the US Constitution. The major function of the executive branch is to enforce the laws of the country. Powers granted by the Constitution and federal law 1) Can veto proposed legislation, forcing Congress to pass it again with a 2/3 majority or else let it die, 2) Commander in chief of the armed forces and the state militia 3) Appoint federal court judges, including the supreme court justices, ambassadors,and other top officials with Senate approval 4) Ensures that the laws of Congress are "faithfully executed" 5) Appoints, with the Senate's consent, the heads of the executive departments 6) May pardon people convicted of federal crimes 7) Make treaties with the advice and consent of the Senate 8) Meets with foreign heads of state 9) Delivers the annual State of the Union address to Congress 10) Calls special sessions of Congress when needed 11) Commissions military officers of the United States 12) Can issue special "executive orders" which are special laws that do not require congress approval. Other powers The president has the power to attract a crowd when he appears in person and to attract a world-wide audience if he speaks on TV. ]
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User: what gives Congress the right to make all laws "necessary and proper

User: Congress cannot delegate legislative power to the President to exercise an unfettered discretion to make whatever laws he thinks may be needed or advisable for the rehabilitation and expansion of trade or industry." -Charles Evans Hughes, 1935 Which of the following enables the Supreme Court to deem acts of the President and of Congress unconstitutional? a. judicial review c. separation of powers b. The Constitution d. popular sovereignty

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