Why can't congress Vote and override the Veto?
2/3 vote in both houses will override a Presidential Veto and end the Shutdown.
- MercuriLv 71 year agoFavorite Answer
They can, but the Senate Majority Leader has to call a vote and Mitch McConnell is refusing to do so.
- Jas BLv 71 year ago
Because Mitch McConnell has refused twice now to put forward any vote which the president would veto.
- regeruggedLv 71 year ago
Both houses of Congress have to pass a bill first. With voting on party lines you will never see Congress override any veto.
- TOSh!tgibbonLv 71 year ago
Because Mitch McConnell.
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- Anonymous1 year ago
have you thought about getting your anal bleaching done today?
- yodiLv 61 year ago
It has to protect the Republican brand no matter what the stench.
- jeeper_peeper321Lv 71 year ago
over ride what veto?
Trump did not veto anything.
congress has never passed a spending bill and sent it to Trump to sign.
the shut down is because the democrats refuse to vote on the senate bill, spending bills require 60 votes and republicans only have 52 seats in the senate.
- StephenGLv 71 year ago
They can 2/3 majority in both houses and trump is irreverent that’s what Mitch is scared of
- acid victim 25Lv 71 year ago
They're totally lame
- -j.Lv 71 year ago
Mitch McConnell won't allow it, probably because he fears exactly that will happen.