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Two of the congressional limits are amount of money to run and impeachment

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Approval of treaties by the Senate.
Approval of Presidential Appointments by the Senate

Power of the Purse, by the House. Any law involving taxes or the expenditure of public moneys must begin in the House.

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Powers of Congress include: ˜ To borrow money on the credit of the United States ˜ The Property Clause Power ˜ The power to regulate Federal Property ˜ Fiscal Powers- levying and colleting taxes ˜ Trade Regulations- regulate foreign and interstate trade ˜ Military Power- responsible for defending our country by establishing a military force; to see that military laws are enforced; to declare war ˜ Other Powers- responsible for establishing rules citizenship in the United States; to maintain post office; to make laws for copyrights and patents; and govern the District of Colombia

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1. A president can only be elected to two four-year terms.

2. The House of Representatives may impeach a president, and if the Senate convicts the president, he is removed from office.

3. If the president vetoes a bill, each house of Congress may vote to override it with a 2/3 majority.

4. Treaties that are negotiated by the president will only become binding to the US when they are approved by a 2/3 vote of the Senate.

5. Federal courts and the legislature have the ability to review and render null executive orders.

6. The Constitution requires that in order to become president a person must: be a natural born citizen of the US, be at least 35 years old, and have been a permanent resident of the US for at least 14 years.

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The President must be 35 years of age, and a resident of the United States for at least 14 years.

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two of the congressional limits are amount of money to run and impeachment

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The Congress limits the President's power by giving advice and consent on all Presidential appointments. Congress also has the power to override Presidential vetoes.

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the president must be 35 years of age and a resident of the united states for at least 14 years

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Impeachment and 2/3 vote to overrule veto.

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I have no idea! but I love peanut buter!

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