The first power of the President that I wish to consider is the veto power.
New Hampshire conferred the veto power on him in 1792 and New York in 1821.
They then turn upon us and say: Then you presume to have a "Veto power on God!"
The veto power of the Roman tribune was an innovation in government.
The women also possessed the veto power on questions of war.
The King has the veto power and the power to prorogue parliament.
And this includes the swift and certain use of the veto power.
The Whigs regarded Mr. Tyler as a traitor to the party and began a war upon the veto power of the President.
The power to withhold his approval of the acts passed by Congress is popularly known as the veto power.
Many of the later Presidents used the veto power more freely.