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What powers does the president have to do as a chief diplomat?



A. Negotiate treaties with other nations, subject to approval by the Senate.
B. Negotiate budgetary legislation with the U.S. Senate.­
C. Declare war.
D. Mobilize the armed forces into combat.
E. None of these is correct.

This question is part of Chapter 13 Test period 3
Asked by Jfregner on Nov 08, 2017

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Answered on Nov 08, 2017

Negotiate treaties with other nations, subject to approval by the Senate.
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