Congress advances defense bill, bucking Trump's veto threats


Congress is moving forward with the defense bill. Despite a veto threat from president trump president trump makes good on his veto threat of the national defense authorization. Act in house armed services committee chairman democrat adam. Smith says lawmakers will have no choice but to come back in the session and vote to override the veto. The bipartisan measure is expected to win house and senate approval this week. It provides for pay raises for troops and a slew of military projects. President trump says. He'll veto the bill. If it does not include a provision to repeal protections for tech firms and social media companies either. The house nor senate adopted that prevision and are unlikely to add it before a

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