5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Presidents derive their official authority from the following sources EXCEPT
- With regard to the line-item veto,
- The vice president's traditional role in legislative leadership has been deemed
- What is it called if the president shortens a federal prison sentence?
- Which is not an eligibility requirement for President of the United States?
- a commutation
- b delegated by the Supreme Court
- c although Congress passed a law granting presidents the power, the Supreme Court ruled the act unconstitutional.
- d insignificant.
- e must hold a college degree from a U.S. university
5 Multiple choice questions
- only the job of presiding over the Senate.
- no national government had a president.
- the Senate
5 True/False questions
The president can erase the guilt and restore the rights of anyone convicted of a federal crime, except an impeached president, through the → order
The president's powers as chief legislator → have only a limited basis in the Constitution.
In his function as chief diplomat, the president might → recognize a new government in Congo.
The roles of chief diplomat and commander in chief affords the president tremendous power over → foreign affairs.
One of the most effective weapons the president has to influence the content of legislation is the → power to veto legislation