Executive Supremacy

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Presentation on Executive Supremacy What is executive interpretation, how does this relate to executive supremacy? We can draw a parallel definition here from the section on judicial supremacy. When the president acts in many of his powers, he is exercising judicial interpretation. For example, when the president vetoes a bill from Congress, he may well be doing so because his interpretation of the Constitution deems that bill to be unconstitutional. The difference between executive interpretation and supremacy is the same difference we see in the judicial and legislative branches as well. Executive supremacy stems from an interpretation by the executive that sets the ruling as a legal precedent, thus binding the future actions of officials. How executive supremacy treats relationships between the three branches’ interpretive powers: One of the biggest accomplishments of the complex government we got from the founders was the system of checks and balances that kept any one branch from exercising excessive power. This complex system of checks and balances is the biggest reason that
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