The Presidency 21

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22.          The Constitution is silent on the related presidential power to remove.  The topic was raised. For example, in Anti-federalist 67, George Clinton wrote in 1787 that the President should not be allowed to remove officials without the advice and consent of the senate.  The topic became a major source of debate soon after the Constitution was made effective in 1789.

Image: Chester A Arthur, by Charles M. Bell

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