a public statement written by the president and attached to a particular bill to outline the president's interpretation of the legislation
In 1997, President Bill Clinton used authority granted to him by Congress to veto a portion of the budget that provided preferential Medicaid treatment for New York, even though he signed the rest of the budget. What kind of action was this?
At the start of his term, President Barack Obama nominated Hillary Clinton to be secretary of state. Which constitutionally authorized power was he exercising in this case?
the power to nominate and appoint various political officers
Which president expanded power in economic policy in part by initiating 44 antitrust lawsuits in his first year of office?
Which Constitutional Amendment changed the procedure for choosing the vice president?
"Going public" refers to:
action taken by a president to communicate directly with the people in order to influence public opinion and put pressure on Congress.