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5 Matching questions

  1. Presidents derive their official authority from the following sources EXCEPT
  2. With regard to the line-item veto,
  3. The vice president's traditional role in legislative leadership has been deemed
  4. What is it called if the president shortens a federal prison sentence?
  5. Which is not an eligibility requirement for President of the United States?
  1. a commutation
  2. b delegated by the Supreme Court
  3. c although Congress passed a law granting presidents the power, the Supreme Court ruled the act unconstitutional.
  4. d insignificant.
  5. e must hold a college degree from a U.S. university

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. veto
  2. only the job of presiding over the Senate.
  3. no national government had a president.
  4. Senate
  5. the Senate

5 True/False questions

  1. The president can erase the guilt and restore the rights of anyone convicted of a federal crime, except an impeached president, through theorder

          

  2. The president's powers as chief legislatorhave only a limited basis in the Constitution.

          

  3. In his function as chief diplomat, the president mightrecognize a new government in Congo.

          

  4. The roles of chief diplomat and commander in chief affords the president tremendous power overforeign affairs.

          

  5. One of the most effective weapons the president has to influence the content of legislation is thepower to veto legislation

          

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