House votes to end US involvement in Yemen war

House votes to end US involvement in Yemen war

The House on Thursday voted to end US involvement in the Yemen war. The bill now heads to President Trump, who is expected to veto it. The White House in a statement said the bill raises ’serious constitutional concerns’, and Congress lacks the votes to override him. The bill is sponsored by Republican Sen. Mike Lee, Independent Sen. Bernie Sanders, and Democratic Sen. Chris Murphy.

Simone
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Ya Boi PI
Ya Boi PI 1 year

we need to end our policy of getting involved in other countries wars.

Paul M
Paul M 1 year

It isn't a war, it's a massacre.

Tin Ego
Tin Ego 1 year

Has anyone else noticed that the five biggest arms dealing countries are also the five permanent members of the UN Security Council? Conflict of interest perhaps?

Russ Kurtell
Russ Kurtell 1 year

Vote out all Reps and Senators that are warhawks. The rest of the world needs to take note, this upcoming US generation is actually Anti-war. Make your own problems, solve your own problems.

Rick Smith
Rick Smith 1 year

The US is a direct accomplice in muder

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 year

Good.

National_Capitalist
National_Capitalist 1 year

Finally

Scott in FLorida
Scott in FLorida 1 year

First thing the house has done I agree with.

Unbiased Intent
Unbiased Intent 1 year

The new GOP is antiwar. US involvement in wars is just another slap in the tax payer's face, let alone the loss of life. But reduce the military? Absolutely not. The US military should continue being the greatest military force in the history of Mankind. We should focus on securing ours and then space.

Isaiah Shane
Isaiah Shane 1 year

Bernie2020

desmond
desmond 1 year

good, finally, this is nothing but a waste of military funding. Now hopefully the Senate supports this as well Trump wont since he has business ties in Saudi Arabia.

Rene Prado
Rene Prado 1 year

wilsonianism bad

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