Executive-Legislative Relations Although Congress has the majority of legislative responsibility, the president, too, has some powers. These include State of the Union addresses, veto powers, and presidential signing statements. The president can also issue executive orders. Keeping this in mind, respond to the following questions:Which of the listed powers do you believe is the most important for the presidency? Give reasons for your answer.Is the use of signing statements an unconstitutional subversion of separation of powers? Explain.Should any of these powers be eliminated, or do you feel the presidency or executive office should have more influence over the legislative process?Participation Requirements:Submit your initial post as early in the week as possible.Before the end of the week, respond to at least two of your peers’ initial posts. In your responses, ask questions, share thoughts, challenge ideas, and help your peers expand on their posts and ideas.Substantiate your initial and subsequent posts with references from the textbook, the ITT Tech Virtual Library, or credible websites.Ensure your initial post contains at least 100 words and your response posts contain at least 50 words each.Evaluation Criteria: Click here to view the grading rubric for this forum.