Congress Overrides Obama's Veto of 9/11 Bill

White House fears bill would expose U.S. to foreign lawsuits.
1:03 | 09/28/16

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While newest for the White House now blasting congress from overriding president Obama's veto of a 9/11 bill calling it the single most. Embarrassing thing the senate has done in decades bill on reconsideration is past the objections of the president of the United States to the contrary notwithstanding. How this morning the senate overwhelmingly voted in favor of overriding the president's feet over measure. A lot like family members of the victims of September 11 terror attacks to sue Saudi Arabia. Then just a short time ago the house also rejected the president's veto by a huge majority. Those senators Vincent move forward into overriding the president's feet so that would prevent this negative consequences. It's an abdication of their basic responsibilities as an elected representatives of the American people. A President Obama and top pentagon officials say allowing the bill to become law. Which US troops and interest and risk but supporters claim the measure is narrowly tailored and applies only to acts of terrorism that occur on US soil.

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