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The founders gave veto power to the office of the president to allow the
president to be in control of the House of Representatives
legislative branch to be more powerful than the president
executive branch to stop unfair laws at the last minute
judicial branch to decide if laws are constitutional
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Sorry about that history section.
Being a math section, I think of this logically.
The Founders wanted a balanced government: Judicial, Legislative and Executive; so would not have given one branch more power than the other -- this excludes two of them.
One talks about the judicial branch. Well this question is referencing the executive and legislative branch; so, the question on the judicial branch is out-of-context.
That leaves only one logical conclusion.