Trump vetoes defense bill, saying it fails to include critical security measures

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday vetoed an annual defense bill, following through on a threat he’d made multiple times. The president has ripped the bill for not including language that would strip social-media companies from certain protections they now enjoy under the Communications Decency Act. The bill passed both chambers of Congress with veto-proof majorities, however, and with bipartisan support.
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