Donald Trump threatens to reject defense bill despite veto-proof majority
14 December 2020 | 3:23 pm
Donald Trump has taken aim at an annual defense budget bill, vowing to reject it. His veto threats come after the bill was overwhelmingly passed by US lawmakers — with enough support to override a veto.
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