Trump Iran

The House on Friday passed an amendment that would bar President Donald Trump from taking military action against Iran.
The measure, sponsored by Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna of California and Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz of Florida, passed with the support of 27 Republicans.
It was included in the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, which the House passed on Friday afternoon.

The amendment will likely be excluded from the final version of the defense bill, given a similar measure failed in the Senate last month.
This came amid heightened tensions between the US and Iran, which have sparked fears of a new conflict in the Middle East over the past several weeks.

Over two dozen House Republicans joined Democrats to vote for a measure blocking President Donald Trump from taking military action against Iran without congressional approval.

In total, 27 Republicans voted in favor of the measure as it passed 251-170.

The measure, introduced by Democratic Rep. Ro Khanna and Republican Rep. Matt Gaetz, would prohibit federal funds from being used for a military action against Iran without the blessing of Congress.

Celebrating the Iran amendment’s success in tweets on Friday, Khanna said, “This is the only way to stop Trump from …read more


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