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If no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, who chooses the President? A. the Senate B. the House of Representatives C. the Speaker of the House D. the secretary of state
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If no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, the House of Representatives chooses the President.
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According to the 12th Amendment, if no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, who decides the issue? A. Senate B. House of Representatives C. Speaker of the House D. secretary of state
Weegy: According to the 12th Amendment, if no one person receives a majority of electoral votes for President, House of Representatives decide the issue. ***If no one receives a majority of the votes for president, [ then the House of Representatives chooses from the top three candidates. If no one receives a majority of the votes for vice president, then the Senate chooses from the top two candidates. ] (More)
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What is a primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement? A. Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not. B. Executive agreements are made only within the United States. C. Treaties can be created without considering the Constitution. D. Executive agreements always transfer from one administration to the next; treaties do not.
Weegy: A primary difference between a treaty and an executive agreement is A. [ Treaties must be approved by the Senate; executive agreements do not. Check out the link for more information: ] (More)
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What is the original source of many of the President’s powers? A. the Founders B. the House of Representatives C. the Constitution D. the Supreme Court
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The original source of many of the President’s powers: C. the Constitution.
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Which term describes a President’s need to keep information private? A. executive privilege B. civil rights C. presidential view D. oath of office
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Executive privilege describes a President's need to keep information private.
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