5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Presidents derive their official authority from the following sources EXCEPT
- The Constitution clearly assigns the power to declare war to
- Who becomes president according to the Constitution when the president is removed from office, by death, resignation, or inability to perform the duties of the office?
- The president is the commander-in-chief of the United States:
- A presidential _______________ is usually expressed as the percentage of the American public who say the president is doing a good job.
- a approval rating
- b vice president
- c Congress
- d All of the above
- e delegated by the Supreme Court
5 Multiple choice questions
- allows him to recognize some governments and not others.
- foreign affairs.
- advise the president on foreign and defense policy.
- leader of a national party
5 True/False questions
The State of the Union address has become a significant tool in the exercise of the president's function as → chief legislator.
The Constitution requires that the president report on the State of the Union → declare war.
One of the few presidential powers that Congress may not limit is the power to → gives civilian control over the military.
With the president as commander in chief, the U.S. → gives civilian control over the military.
While the president has the power to negotiate treaties, they must be approved by the → Senate