The Obama Veto Era Is Set To Begin

Republican leaders are expected to send legislation authorizing construction of the controversial Keystone XL Pipeline to President Obama for signature on Tuesday. The President, however, has promised to promptly veto it.

It looks to be the beginning of a potential string of legislation for which the president will take out his veto pen. The expected Keystone veto, the third and most significant of Mr. Obama’s six years in office, would most likely be followed by presidential vetoes of bills designed to make changes in the Affordable Care Act, impose new sanctions on Iran and roll back child nutrition standards, among others.

ABC’s Devin Dwyer joined us from the White House to discuss.

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