Government

The president's military powers:
a. are strictly limited to times of war
b. are shared with congress
c. only apply to the use of the US army and its weapons
d. may never be used to keep the domestic peace

I think it's B?

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  1. Yeah it is B because the president can deploy the armed forces for sixity days and following that congress must approve the deployment of the troops.

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