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The powers of the president is rooted in the Constitution. The presidency was established by Article 2 of The Constitution. section 2 and 3 other Article 2 outlines the powers and the duties of the president. Expressed powers include powers to receive and bassadors, commander of the military forces, make treaties, Grant Pardons and nominate judges and other public officials. Delegated powers are powers to carry out Congressional decisions. Delegated powers, the president shall make sure the laws of the land are executed. This power is not found in the Constitution. For example, after 9/11 terrorist attacks, Congress established the Department of Homeland Security to protect America. Inherent powers are not specified in the Constitution or the law but Powers over those granted in the Constitution or reasonable to be implied from Express Grants. For example, the power to control the countries borders, to give or refuse diplomatic recognition to other countries and to defend the government from revolutions.
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  • Fall '13
  • LeeAlmaguer
  • President of the United States, United States Congress, United States Cabinet

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