The overwhelming veto override of 9/11 Saudi bill is a fitting coda for a long-frayed relationship.
Congress’ overwhelming rebuke of President Barack Obama on a bill allowing 9/11 victims to sue the government of Saudi Arabia — and the bitter finger-pointing that followed — was a fitting coda to the dysfunctional relationship between the Obama White House and Capitol Hill.
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