A bipartisan measure limiting President Donald Trump's authority to launch military operations against Iran is moving toward approval in the Senate.
The War Powers resolution, introduced by Sen.
All Democrats present plus eight Republicans voted 51-45 in favor of beginning debate on the resolution from Sen. When Kelly left the White House, he promised Trump he would not write a book while the president was still in office, and Trump signaled in return that he would not attack Kelly.
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The war powers concern is tied to a long-running debate on whether the president should be relying on authorizations issued in the wake of the September 11 attacks. "I take that responsibility very seriously", he said. "The logic of the idea just gets more and more persuasive the more time that elapses after 9/11". "If this resolution were to become law, that authority would be called into question", she said.
Trump aide Stephanie Grisham will retain the position of communications director as well as White House press secretary and chief spokesperson for first lady Melania Trump. And Trump promptly vetoed it.
Senators voted almost along party lines a week ago to acquit Trump of impeachment charges, after an investigation and trial that underscored Washington's bitter partisan divides. "Don't let it happen!" Trump said, referring to the recent attack that killed Iranian military leader Qassem Soleimani. Tim Kaine of Virginia, asserts that Trump must win approval from Congress before engaging in further military action against Iran. He revised it with help from a group of Republicans to gain their support and filed an updated resolution days later. The measure - privileged under the War Powers Act - was on hold during the Senate's three week impeachment trial, which concluded last week. He also noted he's voted with Republicans 56 percent of the time. The measure would require Trump to remove US troops engaged in hostilities against Iran unless Congress declares war or passes a specific authorization for the use of military force.
"It's interesting that he's starting to poke his head out and speak a little bit more, just like John Bolton, as we're getting close to an election, but I'll just I'll just end it with I was disappointed", Grisham said. "So I thought it was a little disingenuous".
In January, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi acknowledged Soleimani was a awful person, while stressing the importance of congressional debate over war powers.
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A former model, Hicks worked at the Trump Organization before becoming the chief spokeswoman for the president's 2016 campaign. Iran responded by firing rockets at United States bases in Iraq.
While Republicans acknowledge the disagreements within their own party, they have sought to portray the GOP senators supporting Kaine's bill as outliers. "I did. I'm asking him to do the same thing I did", Manchin told Politico.
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