In the 2000 presidential election, George W. Bush won the electoral vote, but his opponent, Al Gore, won the popular vote. in 2016, The same scenario occurred between Donald J Trump and Hillary Clinton, respectively. These events have reignited debate as to whether the electoral college is an appropriate method for presidential election.
after reading the scenario, respond to a, B, and C below:
(A) describe a power Congress could use to address the information outlined in the scenario.
(B) in the context of the scenario, explain how the power described in part a can be affected by perspectives on one of the foundational principles of US government.
(C) in the context of the scenario, explain how the foundational principle and part B affects the structure and function of the federal government.