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5 Matching Questions

  1. With regard to the line-item veto,
  2. If impeachment proceedings are initiated, who holds the trial?
  3. One of the president's inherent powers is the authority to issue directives or proclamations, called _________, that have the force of law as long as they do not contradict the Constitution.
  4. Where does the process of removal begin for the president, vice president, and all civil officers (including cabinet secretaries and federal judges)?
  5. The president's right to engage in communications with his advisers that he does not have to reveal is referred to as:
  1. a House of Representatives
  2. b executive privilege.
  3. c although Congress passed a law granting presidents the power, the Supreme Court ruled the act unconstitutional.
  4. d executive orders
  5. e Senate

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. have only a limited basis in the Constitution.
  2. executive orders
  3. gives civilian control over the military.
  4. only recently been given significant responsibilities by the president.
  5. appoints ambassadors, although the Senate must confirm them.

5 True/False Questions

  1. The Twenty-Second Amendment (1951), limits the president to _____ elected terms.2

          

  2. The roles of chief diplomat and commander in chief affords the president tremendous power overAll of the above

          

  3. The State of the Union address has become a significant tool in the exercise of the president's function asfrom time to time

          

  4. Article II, Section 4 of the Constitution stipulates that the president, vice president, and all civil officers (including cabinet secretaries and federal judges) are subject to removal for:II

          

  5. The president has the power to appoint:only recently been given significant responsibilities by the president.

          

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