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What are the executive branchs checkes over the legislative and the judicial branches?

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November 25, 2008 2:53PM

The executive check over the legislative branch is the power of vetoing laws. The executive check over the judicial branch is the power of judicial appointment -- the president can pick a judge to take the seat of a judge who leaves the supreme court.