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The job of the president is to: A. faithfully execute the law B. interpret the law in order to faithfully execute it C. defend the Constitution D. All of these answers are correct.
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User: The job of the president is to: A. faithfully execute the law B. interpret the law in order to faithfully execute it C. defend the Constitution D. All of these answers are correct.

Weegy: C. defend the Constitution
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User: The acceptance of a nation in the world community… A. recognition B. treaty C. persona non grata D. executive agreement

Weegy: The acceptance of a nation in the world community? A. recognition
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User: An unwelcome public official… A. diplomat B. executive agreement C. commander in chief D. persona non grata

User: When a new president takes office, who decides what executive agreements will stay in effect? A. the new president B. the Senate C. the House D. the Supreme Court

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When a new president takes office, the new president decides what executive agreements will stay in effect.

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