3.The Constitution of the United States vests the “executive power” of government in the President o

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3.The Constitution of the United States vests the “executive power” of government in the President of the United States (Article II). By contrast, only specific legislative powers are granted to Congress under the Constitution (Article I). What conflicts do these two distributions of power give rise to with regard to the President’s role as “Commander and Chief”? 2 pages font 12 double spaced

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Running head: CONFLICT OF POWER BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESSConflict of Power between the President and CongressStudent NameCourseAffiliation NoLecturer/InstructorSubmission Date1CONFLICT OF POWER BETWEEN THE PRESIDENT AND CONGRESS2The division existing between the executive headed by the President and legislature orthe Congress has resulted in a feeble partisanship in the United States party framework. Frailpartisanship has hugely enhanced the representation of Americans in Congress. Americancitizens are well represented due to increased full administrative access point both in the nationaland state government. The congress, judiciary and executive are independent branches ofgovernment. These branches of government have varying potentials to public policy affecting thenation. There exist other pressure groups that help to monitor activities of the government. Anexample of this pressure group team is the Greenpeace Movement.The President of the United States is the commander in chief of the government. Havingthe eyes of the Congress and judiciary towards him, he cannot misuse his powers. Therefore, hemust work under the constitution to see into it t

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