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Executive privilege, what is it? Executive privilege is when a U.S. president wishes to keep information secret. It has been invoked from George Washington to George W. Bush; however, it is not an executive privilege stated in the Constitution. So, why has Congress passed a bill eliminating the power of executive privilege?
If there was no executive privilege, a president would have to be aware that all of his or her words, documents, and actions could be made public. …
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