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should the president be more powerful, less powerful, or stay the same? explain why?

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    ok...???

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    This is an opinion question. Your teacher wants YOUR opinion.

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    from my opinion the president should be powerful enough to keep his position, so no one else can take over him. Maybe not too much, but not too little either.

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