• anonymous
The President’s veto power is an example of
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  • HappyJack411
A presidential veto is the power of the President of the United States to reject a decision or proposal made by Congress. When a president says no and vetoes a proposal, it is sent back to Congress. Furthermore, a president also has another sneakier way he can veto a proposal. Learn about the two types of presidential vetoes below.
  • anonymous
More simply put, The President's Veto power is an example of Checks and Balances, a system that describes certain powers that the three primary branches of government have over each other in order to ensure that no single branch of government can rule over the country.

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