5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- In _______________ the Supreme Court unanimously ruled that executive privilege is not absolute and must give way when the government needs the information for a trial.
- According to the intentions of the Constitution, the president in his role as commander in chief has the power to
- Who does the Constitution give the power to declare war?
- What are the formal responsibilities of the first lady?
- The president's right to engage in communications with his advisers that he does not have to reveal is referred to as:
- a United States v. Nixon
- b executive privilege.
- c command forces in the event of war.
- d Congress
- e None
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- All of the above
- grant pardons and reprieves.
- appoints ambassadors, although the Senate must confirm them.
- Article II of the Constitution.
5 True/False Questions
Presidents derive their official authority from the following sources EXCEPT → delegated by the Supreme Court
The president can erase the guilt and restore the rights of anyone convicted of a federal crime, except an impeached president, through the → All of the above
With regard to the line-item veto, → only recently been given significant responsibilities by the president.
The purpose of the National Security Council is to → an informal duty or role.
The Twenty-Second Amendment (1951), limits the president to _____ elected terms. → Congress