Executive Branch Martin Perez

The Executive Branch has the ability to veto laws that are considered unconstitutional.

Most of the Executive Branch is mace up of the people in the White House.

The total amount of times the executive branch has vetoed a law is 2,572. Out of those times Barack Obama has vetoed 10 laws.

The executive branch is the most powerful in my opinion because it has to deal with new laws everyday. The President of the United States is one of the most respected person in the world. He is respected and that respect can be used to influence the people into trusting him even more. The President and Vice President are the leaders of congress so they have a lot of power.

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