In this article it talks about all the executive orders that President Donald Trump has passed/signed in such a short time. He has signed a long and ever-growing list of executive orders to hopefully fulfill his campaign promises. In just his first 100 days he has exceeded that of any other recent president. He has signed a bunch of orders that undo many of President Barack Obama's polices. This shows the Constitutional powers of the President. As Chief Executive the President can sign the Executive orders.
In this article it talks about how President Donald Trump has called for action to improve school safety after last month's Parkland shooting at a Florida high school. It talks about how President Trump supports improved background checks and also age restrictions to buy rifles, by raising it from age 18 to age 21 across the board. This shows constitutional powers that the President has.
In this article it talks about how public opinion can have various effects on how policy is made or viewed. One event it talks about using public opinion is Pearl Harbor, it turned anti-war sentiments to an urge for revenge. Public opinion is a limit because it can help shift the presidents opinion. On a decision the president would decide to look at public opinion and weigh how much they should take it in consideration.
In this article it talks about how Trump's tariffs will hurt the economy. President Trump is using Section 232 to impose tariffs on steel and aluminum. Congress should reclaim and reassert its constitutional authority, both in section 232 that hand over trade authority to executive branch. Also in this article it talks about how the Constitution gives Congress the power to regulate commerce, but significant pieces of that power have been outsourced to the executive branch. This article is about limits on the President's power.