What can Congress do to influence foreign and defense policy if it is not satisfied with the president's handling of these policies?


#1

a. Congress can fire ambassadors who are not executing foreign policy according to Congress’s wishes.
b. Congress can reduce appropriations for executing the president’s foreign and defense policies.
c. Congress can command the military to execute foreign policy according to Congress’s wishes.
d. Congress can change foreign policy with a joint declaration of two-thirds of each chamber, which does not require the president’s signature.


#2

Answer: b


#3

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