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President Trump Veto the Defense Bill for Section 230 termination

Trump vetoes the National Defense Authorization Act for 2021, sends it back to Congress.



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President Trump on Wednesday vetoed the $740 billion defense bill.

The National Defense Authorization Act passed both houses of Congress with veto proof supermajorities.

This comes as no surprise because President Trump last week said he would veto the bill because it would not allow for removal of our military from other countries.

Trump also promised to veto the bill if it did not include a provision to repeal Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, which shields social media companies from legal action over content posted on their platforms.

Will Congress vote to override President Trump?

Some GOPers say they support the defense bill, but will stand by President Trump and vote to sustain the veto.

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