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Old 06-12-2019, 10:58 AM
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Where does it say that congress has the obligation of oversight?


I keep hearing people say that congress has the constitutional obligation to provide oversight of the President. But I can't find anything in the constitution that specifically lays out that obligation. Can some Doper find the spot(s) that delineate(s) this task? Or is this something that's been interpreted by the Supremes? I'd appreciate the edification. And, please, no politics - just the facts. Thanks.
 

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