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Second, since the president has the duty under the Take Care Clause to enforce the laws, Congress may not interfere with any presidential action pursuant to that duty. That argument is supported by the third premise, which claims that the Constitution provides for an absolute separation of powers. 61 Advocates of this theory—“Unitarians”—invoke for support Federalist No. 70, in which Hamilton addressed the need for “energy” in the executive, and extolled the virtues of the framers’ decision to create a single rather than plural presidency.
Accordingly, all members of the executive branch act in the name of the president, who delegates authority to them. ”67 Critics have identified several flaws in the Unitarians’ reasoning. First, their assumption that Congress cannot impose statutory duties upon officials within the executive branch flies in the face of Supreme Court rulings since Marbury v. Madison (1803). ”68 In this capacity, the secretary acts “under the authority of law, and not by instructions of the President. 69 Second, the assumption that all executive power is vested in the president to ensure that laws are faithfully executed is mistaken.