What Are the Delegated Powers of the President?

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The delegated powers of the President are the powers that are explicitly granted to the President by the Constitution and are also called Constitutional powers or enumerated powers. Delegated powers of the President include the power to declare war, create lower courts, adjust taxes, and establish foreign policy. The delegated powers are all listed in the Constitution.
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executive power.
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The powers not delegated to the United States by the Constitution,
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The U.S. president is the head of the military. As commander in chief of the U.S. military, the president has the power to send troops into combat. Congress, however, must approve
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I couldn't name them all. But believe it or not the "police power" is one of them. A State can criminalize behavior without having to show much rational for making an act
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