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Article II Section i establishes the office of the President.

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He can order Amy into battle and veto a law.

command the U.S. armed forces(novanet)

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Article 2 defines executive power.

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Q: What power does the president have under the constitution?
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Under the new Constitution the President would hold?

Executive power


Who is the given the power under the constitution to grant individual pardons?

President


The power under the constitution to grant pardons and reprieves for offenses against the US is the responsibility of?

The president.


The official under the new constitution who would be commander in chief of the armed forces appointed judges and other officials and have the power to veto legislation?

The President is, under the Constitution, the commander in chief of the armed forces. He also has the power to appoint judges and other officials and has the power to veto legislation.


The power to declare was is given to whom under the constitution?

The President. He his Commandor and Chief of the United States Military


How does the constitution limit the president's power to appointments and treaties?

The Constitution limits the president's power based on checks and balance.


How the constitution limited the president power to make appointments and treaties?

The Constitution limits the president's power based on checks and balance.


How does the constitution limited the president's power to make appointments treaties?

The Constitution limits the president's power based on checks and balance.


Who has the power to make war?

Under the Constitution, the US Congress has the power to declare war. The President gets around this by deploying troops as CIC.


Where does the president get the power to reprieves and pardons for offenses against the US?

Article II, Section 2 of the Constitution. It reads as follows: "The President ... shall have power to grant reprieves and pardons for offenses against the United States, except in cases of impeachment."


Power of president?

The power of president is defined by the constitution. The president is the leader of the executive branch of the government.


Why hasn't the constitution been revised to reflect the increase in powers of the president?

Changes in the power of the president were either derived by interpreting the present Constitution or by actions of Congress operating under the present Constitution . There is no reason to change the Constitution in order to keep the status quo.