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1. True or false: Executive agreements must be ratified by the Senate.
2. True or false: Inherent powers are those listed in the Constitution.
3. Which of the following is a constitutional duty of the vice president?
Breaking tie votes in the House of Representatives
Attending funerals of foreign leaders
Breaking tie votes in the Senate
Serving as a goodwill ambassador
4. Which of the following presidents was impeached during his term of office?
Ulysses S. Grant
5. What happens when no presidential candidate wins a majority of electoral votes?
The House of Representatives chooses the next president.
The Senate chooses the next president.
The Supreme Court chooses the next president.
The candidate with the most popular votes wins.
6. What does the president lay out in the State of the Union address?
His defense against impeachment
His legislative agenda for the coming year
His strategy for reelection
His criticisms of the opposition party
7. What is executive privilege?
The privilege of getting the best seats in a restaurant
The privilege of submitting a budget proposal to Congress
The right of members of the executive branch to withhold information from Congress and the public
The right to veto bills passed by Congress
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