Can the President veto a bill? Please explain.

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Yes, the president can veto bills passed by both houses of Congress and sent to him for action.

After both houses of Congress pass identical versions of a bill, the bill is sent to the president. The president has three possible courses of action regarding every bill sent to the White House.

1. The president may sign the...

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