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Answered 2012-03-28 23:12:07
  1. Congress can override a president's veto.
  2. Congress must confirm appointments (to the Supreme Court, the Cabinet, etc.).
  3. Congress must approve all treaties.
  4. Congress must approve all declarations of war.
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