How did Roosevelt change the role of the United States president during the New Deal?
A) He weakened the powers of the office in domestic affairs.
B) He strengthened the authority of the office to make policy.
C) He added to the president's prestige in foreign relations.
D) He damaged long-term relations between the president and Congress.
I'm leaning toward with B or C maybe more B...
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I'm going with B and will report back later
B was correct. I got it right
Roosevelt changed the role of president during the New Deal by "strengthening the authority of the office to make policy." America was in a crisis and he didn't want to wait around for Congress to act.