What Nonlegislative Powers May Be Exercised Solely by the Senate?

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The non-legislative powers that may be exercised solely by the senate is the power to approve or reject presidential appointments. This means that they can reject a presidential appointment of a staff member. They can also approve them. They have a limited control over who the president appoints.
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