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What powers are vested in the Executive Branch? Show more Show less
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The president holds both expressed powers, granted explicitly by the Constitution, and implied powers, which are not expressly stated but have been accepted as necessary to successfully defend the Constitution.

Diplomatic and Military Powers (Article II, Section 2) Show more Show less

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Receive ambassadors and other public ministers

This power allows the President adequate means to resemble the mouthpiece in which the US speaks to other nations. With this, the President can adequately advocate and communicate the needs of the nation.

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"He shall receive Ambassadors and other public Ministers" [1] but this right also allows for the President to refuse or dismiss them as well.[2]

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  1. https://www.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleii
  2. https://constitution.congress.gov/browse/essay/artII_S3_1_2_1/#:~:text=He%20shall%20from%20time%20to,them%2C%20with%20Respect%20to%20the
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