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According to the Constitution, the president is Commander in Chief of the army and navy; this has been interpreted to grant different powers aside from actually directing the war. He also has the power to formulate treaties and appoint ambassadors (a power he shares with Congress), as well as the power to meet with ambassadors in wartime.

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