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Executive Branch

Executive Branch QuestionsAnswer
Main Reponsibilty Carrying out Laws
Members include President, Vice President, and the Cabinet Members
they can ______ or _______ bills by Congress SIGN or VETO
They can make___________ for new ________ in State Of Union Adresses PROPOSALS for new LAWS
President can _________ congrees together for ______________ _____________ CALL congress together for SPECIAL SESSIONS
They can sign ____________ treaties
they are ____________ & _______________ of armed forces COMMANDER & CHIEF
They nominate_____________, _______________ and ____________________ _____________________ JUDGES, AMBASSADORS, and CABINET MEMBERS
Can _____________ ______________ to anyone who has been jailed or accused of anything GRANT PARDONS
They will _________________ the U.S. in ________________ _____________ REPRESENT the U.S. in FOREIGN AFFAIRS
Created by: NIA