Relationship Between Congress And President

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The relationship between Congress and the President has, since the beginning, been a difficult one to balance. The founders of The United States put into place a system of checks and balances to ensure that there would always be a struggle between both branches of government. The tension between one branch writing laws and budgets and the other branch implementing the laws and spending the money has been a basic building blocks of American government. This paper attempts to explain the relationship between the legislative and executive branches in national government.
Every president seeks to influence or determine policy. Once elected, the president brings to office their objectives, hopes, and goals for public policy. To accomplish this
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