The only trouble is, as Politico’s Ben Smith points out, that’s not how things actually work. “They’re passed in Congress and then need to be ratified by the states,” Smith writes. “The President plays no formal role in the process.”
For further reading, Herman, the National Archives provide a wealth of information on the constitutional amendment process here.
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