U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke Thursday at a Capitol Hill news conference. President Barack Obama will veto a House Republican proposal to sharply tighten screening of refugees from Syria and Iraq, according to the White House, which said the bill wouldn't improve U.S. security after last week's terrorist attacks in Paris.
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke Thursday at a Capitol Hill news conference. President Barack Obama will veto a House Republican proposal to sharply tighten screening of refugees from Syria and Iraq, according to the White House, which said the bill wouldn't improve U.S. security after last week's terrorist attacks in Paris. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg
U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan spoke Thursday at a Capitol Hill news conference. President Barack Obama will veto a House Republican proposal to sharply tighten screening of refugees from Syria and Iraq, according to the White House, which said the bill wouldn't improve U.S. security after last week's terrorist attacks in Paris. Andrew Harrer Bloomberg

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