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Which of the following represents a foreign policy constitutional power of the president?

Which of the following represents a foreign policy constitutional power of the president?
A. negotiating treaties
B. power to fund the army and navy without the consent of Congress
C. declaring war
D. power to fund the Department of State without the consent of Congress
E. giving consent to (the final approval to take office) appointments like the secretaries of defense and state

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Timothy B. | History, Political Science and English TutorHistory, Political Science and English T...
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The only power the President has of these is A. negotiating treaties
 
A treaty may not be entered into or signed without the Advice and Consent of the Senate
BZ C. | Eccentric and Lovable Historian of Politics and IdeasEccentric and Lovable Historian of Polit...
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Foreign policy is a good example of where the power of the president has increased over the past two centuries from what the Constitution originally granted him. Before the 20th century, presidents did not even leave the country while in office. President Wilson, by negotiating the treaty of Versailles at the end of World War I and handing a done deal to the Senate, was breaking precedent. For a number of reasons, the Senate refused to pass the treaty.