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An important duty of the president is appointing senators. addressing Congress. negotiating treaties. funding the military.
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User: An important duty of the president is appointing senators. addressing Congress. negotiating treaties. funding the military.

Weegy: An important duty of the president is: negotiating treaties.



User: As commander in chief, the president has the power to declare war. lead the military. fund the armed forces. call for a draft.

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