President Trump Vetoes 2021 National Defense Spending Bill Worth $740 Billion

By  //  December 23, 2020

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ABOVE VIDEO: President Trump has vetoed the national defense bill. The president called the package a “gift” to China and Russia.

(FOX NEWS) – President Trump vetoed the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2021 Wednesday, calling it a “gift” to U.S. adversaries China and Russia, making good on a promise to veto if it did not repeal a law that shields certain Big Tech companies from liabilities.

“My Administration recognizes the importance of the Act to our national security,” the president wrote to House members after vetoing the bill. “Unfortunately, the Act fails to include critical national security measures, includes provisions that fail to respect our veterans and our military’s history, and contradicts efforts by my Administration to put America first in our national security and foreign policy actions.”

In his letter, he singled out Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act as a reason for the veto, arguing that failing to terminate it “will make our intelligence virtually impossible to conduct.”

He also took issue with language in the NDAA that would require “the renaming of certain military installations.”

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