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Which of the following BEST describes the concept of a pocket veto? A. The president vetoes a bill by ignoring it until Congress dismisses. B. The president vetoes a bill by tearing it apart in front of Congress. C. The president vetoes a bill by folding the bill and putting it in his pocket. D. The president vetoes a bill by giving it to the secretary of state, who promptly disposes of the bill.
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User: The president is also known as the "commander in chief." The term commander in chief refers to the president's role as leader of all branches of __________. A. the armed forces B. the judiciary C. the executive branch D. the legislative branch

User: Which of the following BEST describes the concept of a pocket veto? A. The president vetoes a bill by ignoring it until Congress dismisses. B. The president vetoes a bill by tearing it apart in front of Congress. C. The president vetoes a bill by folding the bill and putting it in his pocket. D. The president vetoes a bill by giving it to the secretary of state, who promptly disposes of the bill.

Weegy: Which of the following BEST describes the concept of a pocket veto? A. The president vetoes a bill by ignoring it until Congress dismisses.
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User: The president has six distinct roles. Which of the following roles does NOT belong to the President of the United States? A. head of state B. commander in chief C. leader of foreign policy D. chief justice of the Supreme Court

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The president is also known as the "commander in chief." The term commander in chief refers to the president's role as leader of all branches of the armed forces.
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The president has six distinct roles. The role of Chief Justice of the Supreme Court does NOT belong to the President of the United States.
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