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Article II of the US Constitution - Executive Branch

Learn the basics of Executive Power through Article II of the US Constitution.


Section 1: President and Vice President

1.1 Clause 1: Executive Power


1.2 Clause 2: Method of choosing electors


1.3 Clause 3: Electors


1.4 Clause 4: Election day


1.5 Clause 5: Qualifications for office


1.6 Clause 6: Vacancy and disability


1.7 Clause 7: Salary


1.8 Clause 8: Oath or affirmation


Section 2: Presidential powers



2.1 Clause 1: Command of military; Opinions of cabinet secretaries; Pardons


2.2 Clause 2: Advice and Consent Clause


2.2.1 Treaties


2.2.2 Appointments


2.3 Clause 3: Recess appointments


Section 3: Presidential responsibilities



3.1 Clause 1: State of the Union

3.2 Clause 2: Making recommendations to Congress

3.3 Clause 3: Calling Congress into extraordinary session; adjourning Congress


3.4 Clause 4: Receiving foreign representatives


3.5 Clause 5: Caring for the faithful execution of the law


3.6 Clause 6: Officers' commissions

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Section 4: Impeachment

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