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According to one of the fundamental rules of the Constitution, who holds the ultimate authority in the United States? A. the elected president B. Congress C. the people D. the Supreme Court
According to one of the fundamental rules of the Constitution, the Supreme Court holds the ultimate authority in the United States. The answer is letter D.
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User: According to one of the fundamental rules of the Constitution, who holds the ultimate authority in the United States? A. the elected president B. Congress C. the people D. the Supreme Court







Weegy: According to one of the fundamental rules of the Constitution, the Supreme Court holds the ultimate authority in the United States. The answer is letter D.
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User: All state and federal officials are required to take an oath to support the Constitution. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F

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The elected president holds the ultimate authority in the United States.

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All state and federal officials are required to take an oath to support the Constitution. This is TRUE.

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