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What power does the president have to reject a bill passed by Congress?

  1. Secret service
  2. The nuclear option
  3. Veto power
  4. Signing restriction
If the president vetoes a bill, he prevents it from becoming law. If the president does not sign the bill after 10 days in Congress and is in session the bill automatically becomes a law. If the president does nothing with the bill and Congress adjourns within the 10 day period, the Bill does not become law.
What power does the president have to reject a bill passed by Congress?
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What power does the president have to reject a bill passed by Congress?
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