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5 Matching questions

  1. When different political parties control the presidency and Congress, it is called
  2. The Twenty-Second Amendment (1951), limits the president to _____ elected terms.
  3. Where does the process of removal begin for the president, vice president, and all civil officers (including cabinet secretaries and federal judges)?
  4. 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.
  5. Executive privilege is the president's right to
  1. a House of Representatives
  2. b withhold information from Congress
  3. c 2
  4. d United States v. Nixon
  5. e divided government

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. the Senate
  2. executive privilege.
  3. veto
  4. II
  5. command forces in the event of war.

5 True/False questions

  1. With the president as commander in chief, the U.S.All of the above

          

  2. The Constitution requires that the president report on the State of the Unionreport to Congress on the "State of the Union."

          

  3. How many presidents have been impeached?2

          

  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:All of the above

          

  5. As commander in chief, the presidentreport to Congress on the "State of the Union."