The president is often said to be the most powerful person on earth

The president is often said to be the most powerful person on earth. Yet he is often handcuffed by an uncooperative Congress. What are the sources of tension between the executive and legislative branches that have caused presidential successes on domestic policy to be the exception rather than the rule? How is foreign policy different in this respect?

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