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Presidential Veto and Congress

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The mere threat of a presidential veto has become an effective check on the legislative branch because

A

it is very difficult to override a presidential veto

B

Congress does not want to be combative and will concede to the president's desires

C

conference committees are ineffective in resolving the differences between the president and Congress's versions of a bill

D

the public usually supports the president and Congress doesn't want to go against the public

E

Congress might lose PAC donations if they fight the president's policy goals