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White House Affirms Defense Spending Veto Threat

By JM Rieger and Steven T. Dennis

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President Barack Obama will veto the Defense Appropriations bill unless there is a deal to raise domestic spending, White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest told reporters Wednesday.Earnest’s comments upgrades the veto threat slightly from the usually articulated one that his senior “advisers would recommend” a veto. Read more.

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