On this day in 1866, Congress overrode a presidential veto to renew the charter of the Freedman’s Bureau.
They lost their chance at a college degree and can’t get back tuition dollars covered by the GI Bill.
The president can only go so far without the cooperation of Congress.
Even after the U.S. re-opens its embassy, there will be plenty of tensions in the relationship.
The senators did not ask about the possibility of Ex-Im selling off its loan guarantees.
“People will express themselves the way they do. That doesn’t mean they’re speaking for the party.”
‘I think the courts have pretty well spoken,” he says.
Included are emails to or from former U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Susan Rice, among others.
Now the top government attorney is heading up another document project.
Ex-Im has gone from a relative anonymity to a top target for conservative Republicans.