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The Constitution of the United States assigns several powers to the president, including the power to veto or sign legislation, convene or adjourn Congress and command the armed forces. The U.S. President also nominates ... More »

The expressed powers of the president are those powers specifically granted to him by the United States Constitution. The expressed powers of the president are detailed in Article 2 of the United States Constitution. More »

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The primary check the president has on Congress is the ability to veto legislation. The president can also choose to implement legislation in a manner Congress did not intend. Executive orders also give the president sig... More »

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