Under the U. S. Constitution, the president may veto legislation passed by congress, but congress may override a president’s veto.


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Under the U. S. Constitution, the president may veto legislation passed by congress, but congress may override a president’s veto. This is an example of the principle of
A. Checks and Balances.
B. Federalism.
C. due processes.
D. Judicial reviews.

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