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The Presidency 1. What are constitutional powers of a president? (name at least 3) 2. Which of the following citizens would be NOT eligible to become president? a. a natural-born citizen b. someone who is thirty-seven years old c. someone who has lived in the United States for twenty years d. someone who has already been elected president twice 3. Who breaks a tie in the Senate? a. president of the United States b. vice president of the United States c. Speaker of the House d. Senate majority leader 4. Whom did the Framers expect to be the first president of the United States? 5. Who is the first modern president by virtue of taking on a major role in the decision-making process? 6. What distinguishes the modern presidency from the institution originally
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