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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Presidential Powers Commander-in-Chief The President shall be Commander in Chiefof the Army and Navy of the United States, and of the Militia of the several States, when called into the actual Service of the United States; Article 2 Section 2 The president was able to control the entire US military without the consent of Congress. Now, under the War Powers Resolution, the president is required to communicate with Congress the commitment of troops within 48 hours. After September 11th, Congress passed Authorization for Use of Military Force Against Terrorists. This served as Congress intent for the president to have more authority when exercising the Commander In Chief powers. Modern Translation Of Power 1983 - President Reagan exercised his power by ordering troops to invade Grenada. This ensured the safety of about a thousand Americans on the island.1991 - President Bush sent troops to Saudi Arabia to prevent Iraq troops from extending aggression into the country1941 - President FDR ordered US Navy to "sink on sight" any foreign submarines found in our "defensive waters" Examples double click to change this header text! With the current threat of ISIS, President Obama should send take more action in trying to stop ISIS. A possible solution would be to send troops and force ISIS members out of hiding. Action
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