They can override (overrule) a veto, or a canceling of something that allows the president to check the power of congress.
The President checks Congress when he vetoes a bill
The veto power.
The President's Veto Power acts as a check on Congress.
The United States Congress has the ability to impeach a President, which is a significant check on his or her power. The President has the ability to veto laws passed by Congress.
The main power the Executive Branch (the President) has to check Congress is the veto. This forces Congress to go back and evaluate the proposal and get more support for it.
the president has the power to check congress through thepower of vetoing legislation that comes to his desk.
Vetoing laws passed by Congress -APEX
There is one primary way in which the president of the United States can check Congress. This power provided to the president is the ability to veto bills that Congress votes on and passes.
The president has the ability to check the power of the bureaucracy. He does this by vetoing bills that have made it through congress if he disagrees with them. This keeps congress from passing laws unchecked.
He or she can veto bills passed by congress
Power was given to Congress in order to make sure that power was not concentrated on the President alone. Congressional power is a check on the president's power.
One way is by not voting the budget .
President doesnt check the powers of congress, congress checks the powers of the President
The president and Congress (the executive and legislative branches of government) check the judicial branch because they are the ones who appoint the judges.
The Congress can check the power of the President and the Supreme court. Congress can impeach and try the President and the Justices. Congress can pass laws even if the President vetoes them as long as they have sufficient votes (I think it's two thirds).
The president has veto power over legislation that he does not want to see become law. However, with a 2/3 vote, Congress can override a veto, so this power is a check but does not nullify the power of Congress.
the president can check congress by vetoing a bill that it has passed.
What power does congress have over a president?
Congress can impeach a president (accuse them of a crime), override the president's veto power, and reject his or her treaties.
by using the forces of cheese
It can pass a bill over the president's veto
Veto,executive orders and shaping citizen's opinion