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Which explains why the Constitution enumerates the president’s formal powers? It makes clear the president’s role as head of the executive branch. It makes clear the president’s role as head of the office of the president. It makes clear what the president should do when issuing executive orders. It makes clear what the president should do when using the mass media.

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Deborah Edwards on January 15, 2018

The correct answer is (a) highlights the role of the president as the head of the executive branch. Enumerated powers are those that are clearly written in the Constitution of the united states. In this case, the role and responsibility of the president is clearly defined. This list of powers ensures that the president, as head of the executive branch, does not abuse its power.


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