WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama says Congress' vote upsetting his veto of Sept. 11 enactment was "a slip-up" and "fundamentally a political vote."
Obama likewise censured a few legislators, however none by name, for recognizing they initially voted in favor of the bill without knowing its substance.
Talking amid a town lobby occasion, Obama said he comprehends why the supersede happened, given the apparent political hazard of voting against 9/11 families before a race.
In any case, he says the privilege and harder thing to do would have been to let his veto stand.Families of Sept. 11 casualties will now be permitted to sue Saudi Arabia for its affirmed support of the attackers.Families of Sept. 11 casualties will now be permitted to sue Saudi Arabia for its claimed sponsorship of the assailants.
the clasp of Obama's reaction to his first veto supersede hours before airing the full town lobby Wednesday night.