- The House of Representatives serves as a check on the Senate since no statute can become law without the approval of the House.
- At the same time the Senate (representing the legislatures of the states before the 17th Amendment) serves as a check on the House of Representatives since no statute can become law without its approval.
- A President can restrain both the House and the Senate by using his veto to send back any bill not meeting with his approval.
- The Congress has, on the other hand, a check on the President by being able to pass a bill over the President's veto with a two-thirds majority of each house."
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