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29 November, 02:35

We have spent time thinking about how Congress and the President overlaps in power, but we need to now focus on how the President and the Judicial (Supreme Court) has been able to overlap in power. Reflect on the times the Supreme Court has expanded or restricted the President's power. Why do you think the Supreme Court has taken these particular stands? What overall opinion does the Supreme Court believe about Presidential Power?

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  1. 29 November, 04:13
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    Answer: 1) Supreme court always opposes anything that is against constitutio

    2) They give judgment without favouritism

    Explanation:

    The Supreme Court has taken these particular stands in the court by rejecting the argument that presidents or executive officials could waive statutory policy, in this case the Neutrality Act of 1794. A president may not authorize a person to do what the law forbids

    The overall opinion the Supreme Court believe about Presidential Power are:

    the Supreme Court interpreted constitutional disputes between the two elected branches without favoring presidential power over Congress.

    It also recognized that, when a presidential proclamation in time of war conflicts with congressional language expressed in a statute, the legislative position prevails
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