Listen: President, White House And Saudi Arabia discussed on Mark Levin
"That by sources in the White House that the president he's unlikely to read the full redacted four hundred page report. But what's likely to happen is White House? Advisers will go through the report, they'll brief the president. And then we'll see statement from the White House likely from Sarah Sanders ABC's, Catherine folders on capitol. Hill. The president's vetoed a resolution congress passed to try and end US involvement in the war in Yemen. ABC's Andy Field in Washington house and Senate voted to invoke the War Powers resolution to stop President Trump from continuing to help Saudi Arabia and its war with Yemen. The president vetoing that resolution now it's up to congress to see if there are enough votes to override the president many members of congress, not happy. Mr. Trump did not condemn Saudi Arabia for its part in killing journalists Jamal kashogi in"