Trump wants a line-item veto. One problem: it’s unconstitutional.
U.S. · POLITICS
March 26, 20183 min read, 552 words

Trump wants a line-item veto. One problem: it’s unconstitutional.Trump wants a line-item veto. One problem: it’s unconstitutional.

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Published: March 26, 2018  |  3 min read, 552 words
BySharePresident Donald Trump before signing the massive $ on Thursday. He did so, reluctantly and with plenty of grievances against Congress and Democrats about what was in the bill and what wasn’t.Trump also proposed a few solutions to avoid this problem for future spending bil...
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March 26, 2018
The article gives a concise description of both the current situation of President Trump wanting a line item veto and the history of attempts by congress to give or presidents to get a line item veto and how the Supreme Court found it unconstitutional.
March 26, 2018
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April 8, 2018
Great article that really highlights the issues.
April 8, 2018
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April 7, 2018
This is a fantastic article that outlines the historical precedence of the executive branch’s limited power in regards to line-item vetos. It has less to do with Trump and more to do with the legal powers that separate Congress and the President, and in this case for the recent spending bill.
April 7, 2018
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