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What is the objective of the necessary and proper clause

Which adjective best describes how the necessary and proper clause of the u.s. constitution is often interpreted by the federal government


I would say that the best adjective to describe the ways the Federal government interprets the U.S. Constitution clauses can be analytical and democratic.

The President, constituting the executive power of the country, cannot implement a decision, make a treaty or change laws without the advice and consent of the Senate. There is more than one executive-political office behind the interpretation of U.S. Constitution clauses, they all analyze and vote for the best option for the country legislation.