How does congress deals with foreign policies?

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Congress and foreign policy. The constitutional function of Congress is essentially to act as a check on presidential power. Only Congress can declare war, and the Senate must approve all treaties and confirm the president's nominees for ambassadorial and cabinet positions.


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