The Constitution of the United States vests the â€œexecutive powerâ€ of government in the President of the United States (Article II). By contrast, only specific legislative powers are granted to Congress under the Constitution (Article I).
-What conflicts do these two distributions of power give rise to with regard to the Presidentâ€™s role as â€œCommander and Chiefâ€?
I will need this is in the following format:
-1 cover page / 1.5 â€“ 2 pages of information / additional page listing all sources
-insert footnotes as needed
please include three powers that the Congress has to check the President’s wartime authority: 1)Congress has the power to fund or not to fund military operations; 2)Congress has the power to declare war or pass a resolution that authorizes military operations; 3)Congress’ power of oversight allows for it to conduct investigations of the President as well as to keep tabs on how the President is prosecuting a war, etc.