Commander-in-Chief Clause

Definition of "Commander-in-Chief Clause"
  1. A provision in Article II of the U.S. Constitution that confers the president with authority over the military as the chief commander
How to use "Commander-in-Chief Clause" in a sentence
  1. The Commander-in-Chief Clause is often referenced in discussions about presidential military powers.
  2. In a constitutional law class, students learned about the Commander-in-Chief Clause and its implications for the power dynamics in the government.
  3. The scope of presidential power in military decisions is determined by the Commander-in-Chief Clause.

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