If the president has vetoed a bill passed by congress, what can congress do about it?

Appeal to the supreme court to override the president's veto ***

Encourage the American people to vote that bill onto law at the next decision.

Override the veto with a two-thirds majority in each house

Nothing: the president has the final say

asked by jeje
  1. You're not trying are you?

    Please read your book or your lesson and stop guessing.

    posted by Ms. Sue
  2. Ok sorry I will try

    posted by jeje
  3. Override the veto with a two-thirds majority in each house

    posted by jeje
  4. Correct. :-)

    posted by Ms. Sue
  5. I know the answers but i am not trying! Sorry.

    posted by jeje

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