President Donald Trump vetoed the Fiscal Year 2021 National Defense Authorization Act on Wednesday over unrelated issues like social media laws, among other things.
Former White House National Security Advisor John Bolton wrote on Twitter that it was the "shameful last act of a failed presidency."
Trump has used his veto authority a number of times during his presidency without challenge, but Congress may override this one.
"My Administration recognizes the importance of the Act to our national security," Trump said in a statement on the decision to veto the bill.
Trump's veto of the defense bill sets up a clash with Congress, which passed the NDAA with a veto-proof majority.
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