The “vesting” clause in Article II states that “the executive of the United States shall be entrusted to a President of the United States of America.” Proponents of the executive`s unique theory argue that this language, coupled with the Take Care clause, must ensure that laws are properly enforced… “), creates a “single hierarchical executive division, under the direct control of the president.” [3] Much depends on the balance of power in Congress: if the opposition party retains control of both houses, it will indeed be difficult for the president to achieve his goals, especially if the opposition tries to enslave all initiatives. But even the presidential party`s control of both houses is not a guarantee of success, or even of productive policy-making. For example, neither Bill Clinton nor Barack Obama got everything they wanted, even though they had favourable conditions during the first two years of their presidency. At a time of government division (when one party controls the presidency and the other controls one or both houses of Congress), it is up to the president to reduce agreements and make compromises that, at least, are supported by some members of the opposition party, without alienating members of his own party. Ronald Reagan and Bill Clinton have both proven effective in running a divided administration — in fact, Clinton has been more successful with Republicans who control Congress than with Democrats at the helm. The authors of the Constitution, concerned about the excesses of the British monarch power, made sure to organize the presidency within a network of controls and balances controlled by the other branches of the federal government. These controls and balances promote consultation, cooperation and compromise in policy-making. It is in his own country that this is most obvious, where the Constitution makes it difficult for Congress or the Director General to impose himself unilaterally, at least when it comes to building a policy. Although today, in national political deliberations, there is a great deal of political deadlock and obstructionism, the authors did not want to make things too easy to do without much support for such initiatives.