Obama is prob going to veto the (ridiculously popular) 9/11 Victims Bill
Congress has approved the 9/11 Victims Bill, which would allow the families of the 9/11 terrorist attacks to sue the government of Saudi Arabia for collateral.
But the Obama administration has made it clear that he will likely veto this bill, because there are concerns this could lead to complicated relationships with Saudi Arabia, or with other international officials.
Here's what White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest said about the intended veto:
Congressional leaders have said, however, even if Obama does veto this bill they will try to override it -- and it is a very popular proposal so there is a chance of that happening.
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