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The Senate has the power to declare war, use a filibuster, final say on proposed laws. The house of Reps. does not hold this powers. There may be a few more powers that i am missing.

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While the House of Representatives has the power to recommend impeachment of a sitting president, vice president or other civic official such as a judge for "high crimes and misdemeanors," as written in the Constitution, the Senate is the sole jury once impeachment goes to trial. With a two-thirds majority, the Senate may thus remove an official from office.

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The Senate must give their advice and consent on treaties and all Presidential appointments. The Senate also conducts the trial of an impeached official.

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The Senate has the sole power to conduct impeachment trials, essentially serving as jury and judge. The Senate also has the MORE

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