executive agreement

Definition of "executive agreement"
  1. A mutually agreed arrangement between the U.S. and a foreign government, made by the president, which typically pertains to topics within the president's authority
How to use "executive agreement" in a sentence
  1. The president created an executive agreement with the foreign government to handle the situation.
  2. Under the executive agreement, both the U.S. and the foreign government agreed on specific terms.
  3. The executive agreement was successful in resolving key issues within the president's powers.

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